Cary startup uses smart bugs to detect bedbugs - and someday, cancer?
Cary, N.C. — Bennett Aerospace through its spinout Smart Hound is training bugs to detect and fight bedbugs. But the 15-employee company that is backed by the Department of Defense has much bigger "stretch goals" in mind, such as detecting cancer and other diseases. It's also raising funding through crowdsourcing, so you can join the fight....
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