Getting A Clearer Picture Of Breast Cancer Cells
A method for tracking enemy planes may soon track a new enemy: breast-cancer cells. Starting in the 1970s, Bernard D. Steinberg, an electrical engineer at the University of Pennsylvania, developed mathematical techniques for the military to transform blips on a radar screen into sharp images of airplanes. Now, he hopes to apply the system to ultrasound images for early detection of breast cancer.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- Billionaire Tom Barrack Throws Harvey Weinstein a Lifeline
- Everything Is Crazy and the Markets Aren’t Freaking Out
- Facebook Is Looking for Employees With National Security Clearances
- Kushners’ Control of Family’s NYC Crown Jewel Is Now in Jeopardy
- London House Prices Fall Most Since Financial Crisis