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An October 2014 publication by researchers from the University of Queensland stated that the compound eyes of mantis shrimp are capable of detecting cancer and the activity ofneurons, since they are sensitive to detecting polarised light that reflects differently off cancerous and healthy tissue. The study claims that this ability can be replicated through a camera through the use of aluminium nanowires to replicate polarisation-filtering microvilli on top of photodiodes.[23][24]

Nature’s elegant and efficient vision systems can detect cancer: ·

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