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Biomedical Imaging Breakthroughs

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MICHAEL D. WHEELER, MANAGING EDITOR, [email protected]

Water concentrations in human tissue, it turns out, are a good indicator of whether or not cells are cancerous. That’s led to increased interest in the emerging field of terahertz imaging, which promises delineation between healthy cells and cancerous ones. The problem: limitations in the performance of current THz sources and detectors. Which brings us to Pierre Gellie’s “Breakthrough for Real-Time THz Imaging” (read article). Gellie, a winner of a Prism Award this year, walks through enhancements made to quantum cascade lasers — from optimizing the beam...Read full article

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