Japanese researchers said they've developed a new method to detect the ebola virus within thirty minutes. The system is also cheaper than the diagnosis method currently being used in West Africa. The method was developed by Professor Jiro Yasuda and his team at Nagasaki University. 'The new method is simpler than the current one and can be used in countries where expensive testing equipment is not available' Yasuda told AFP by telephone. 'We have yet to receive any questions or requests but we are pleased to offer the system which is ready to go' he said. They've developed a 'primer'