It was developed by four students from Canada.
Source: Huffington Post UK
Author: Thomas Tamblyn, Technology editor, HuffPost UK
Excerpt: “A remarkable device that can detect skin cancer reliably yet costs a fraction of its rivals has won the International James Dyson Award. The sKan was created by a team of four electrical and biomedical engineering students from McMasters University and can detect a melanoma by sensing minute changes in temperature on the skin.”