CERN's most advanced tools will help Fossiliontech scientists to easily process breath analysis data

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The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) has officially reached an agreement with Fossiliontech through a project supported by Ineustar-Pioneers and Promalaga to develop a data processing system tool incorporating CERN algorithms, in order to create a post-processing server that shares the conclusions obtained by all scientists working on breath analysis with SUPER SESI.

This collaboration will solve one of the main current problems: prestigious institutions and hospitals around the world that are already working with SUPER SESI, such as the Children's Hospital in Zurich, the Children's Hospital in Basel or the National Institute for Tumour Research in Italy, can only access the statistical results that they have obtained. These results are limited and lack statistical significance, because the more patients who are part of these statistics, the more reliable they would be.

Therefore, thanks to this agreement Fossiliontech and CERN will join the forces of SUPER SESI and the most advanced data processing tools, creating a network that will ultimately boost the process of finding biomarkers and will make patients and society as a whole benefit from these advances as soon as possible.

On the one hand, SUPER SESI is a breath analysis system which detects in every breath and every tenth of a second, a spectrum of more than 2,000 different chemical species found in the exhaled air and resulting in a mixture of molecules from human metabolism, alveoli of the lungs, respiratory tract and metabolism of bacteria in the mouth, among others.

On the other, CERN has some of the largest particle accelerators in the world and uses the most complex scientific instruments to study the basic components of matter. From its research and knowledge generation come technological breakthroughs as important as the web, advanced diagnosis and treatment systems, highly critical computing applications, etcetera.