2016年10月3日 星期一

breathalyser 1960, "potalyzer", drive drunk, Cheap Lung Cancer Screening Breathalyzer

Eighteen-year-old Zheng Xin Yong, from Malaysia, was stunned when he learned his nonsmoking math teacher had advanced lung cancer. That’s why, for his Google Science Fair project, he set out to develop a low-cost, easy-to-use screening test for early stage lung cancer.

Finalist hopes his research increases the rate of lung cancer screening and reduces the use of CT scans
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Developed by Stanford engineers, the "potalyzer" is a roadside test for marijuana intoxication that applies magnetic nanotechnology.

As the breathalyzer does for alcohol, this experimental ‘potalyzer’ could…
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Inventive ways of dodging Nairobi's new breathalysers may be amusing. The consequences are not


Clever tricks for beating the breathalyser (but not death)
ECONOMIST.COM


drive drunk 酒駕

 breathalyser 1960,之前有 drunkometer 1934;intoximeter 1950


"potalyzer",
potalyzer
pot+ alyser


breathalyser 

Pronunciation: /ˈbrɛθəlʌɪzə/ 

(also trademarkbreathalyzer)

NOUN

A device used by police for measuring the amount of alcohol in a driver’s breath:[AS MODIFIER]: a breathalyser test proved negative


Origin

1960s: blend of breath and analyse-er1.

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