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Yxlon Lends CT System to California Academy of Sciences

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SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2, 2017 — Yxlon International has partnered with the California Academy of Sciences to lend the institution a computed tomography (CT) system.

CT images of a Nebria eschscholtzi, a beetle native to California and the American west.

CT images of a Nebria eschscholtzi, a beetle native to California and the American west. Researchers will use images like these to study different aspects of how the insect’s organs function. The internal structure highlighted in red is the kidney. Courtesy of Yxlon International.

The YXLON FF20 CT system will be in use at the institute until January 31, 2018, providing insight into the organisms of biological specimens. The nondestructive nature of CT imaging technology allows for a 3D look into a myriad of industrial, biological, and historical samples and artifacts.

The FF20 CT is a compact industrial CT system that is helping scientists uncover critical information about how the some 46 million specimens housed at the institute function and interrelate in nature.The academy has already used the FF20 CT to produce images of a variety of biological specimens.

Yxlon International designs and produces radioscopic and CT inspection systems for industrial applications.
Oct 2017
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