Cancer and virtual reality

Monday, March 7, 2016

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Photo of Olivier ElementoOlivier Elemento Virtual reality—seeing electronic images in an immersive 3D experience—is changing how we view movies and play video games, but cancer researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College think its uses go far beyond entertainment. They’ve developed a software that allows them to examine and manipulate 3-D models of DNA proteins to help pinpoint the exact location of cancer-causing mutations. 

Listen to this interview with Olivier Elemento, Ph.D,, on BYU Radio.