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The Microflow: Quebec pride up in space

MicroFlowcytometer.jpgA Quebec-designed, miniaturized and portable medical tool has made it all the way into space. As we speak, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is testing a device called the Microflow on the International Space Station. Dr. Ozzy Marmut of the National Optical Institute in Quebec City has been leading the Bio-photonics program that created this mini-laboratory. She was in Kazakhstan for the launch, and is back in Quebec City and joined us in studio.

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