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Hypoxia radiotracer produced automatically in dose-on-demand fashion
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This research article by Dr. Hong Yuan et al. is published in Current Radiopharmaceuticals Journal Volume 9, 2016. Bentham Science Publishers. Share. Print E-Mail. Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a non-invasive imaging modality with applications …

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UA organic semiconductor research could boost electronics
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Erin Ratcliff, assistant professor in the UA College in Engineering, has received grant funding to work toward making environmentally sustainable devices more stable and commercially viable. University of Arizona College of Engineering. Share. Print E

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New movie screen allows for glasses-free 3-D
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IMAGE: A new prototype display could show 3-D movies to any seat in a theater, with no eyewear required. view more. Credit: Christine Daniloff / MIT. 3-D movies immerse us in new worlds and allow us to see places and things that we otherwise couldn't.

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