NEW YORK (360Dx) – A malaria test has been developed with an accuracy rate of 97 percent, according to one of its developers, who added that the work to develop it demonstrates that even mature technologies can have new, though not always obvious clinical value.

The work recently nabbed its creators, Oliver Hayden — a professor at the Technical University of Munich, where he holds the Heinz Nixdorf Chair of Biomedical Electronics — and Jan van den Boogaart from Siemens Healthineers, a European Inventor Award.

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