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This is the first indoor air quality monitor for homes from Kaiterra to measure CO2, in addition to four other key pollutant indicators - PM2.5, air quality index, temperature and humidity. Flickr

Beijing-based healthcare firm Kaiterra, on Monday launched Laser Egg+ CO2 air quality monitor in India for Rs 16,995.

This is the first indoor air quality monitor for homes from Kaiterra to measure CO2, in addition to four other key pollutant indicators – PM2.5, air quality index, temperature and humidity.

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Sydney: Researchers are developing a laser system for a non-invasive, on-site breath analysis that can screen various diseases including diabetes, infections and cancer in a moment.

The team from University of Adelaide has developed an instrument like an “optical dog’s nose” that uses a special laser to measure the molecular content of a sample of gas, which can hit the market in three-five years.

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