A Revolution In Medical Imaging
Cell phones on chips. Cameras on chips. It's amazing how many complex systems have been shrunk onto tiny slices of silicon. But in three decades of high-tech diminution, there has been one stubborn holdout: The nuclear-detection devices doctors use to diagnose cancer and arms experts require to monitor nuclear weapons.
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