Month: February 2016

New Scintillators for Nuclear Medicine

In a conference organized by the Gordon Center, Dr. Kanai Shah, President of Radiation Monitoring Devices Inc., discussed new developments in the field of scintillation crystals and their implications on the nuclear medicine imaging. According to Dr. Shah, the next generation imaging scanners can simultaneously be high-performance and cost-effective thanks to scintillators with higher energy […]

New Imaging Technique May Accelerate Understanding of Biological Systems

Biological systems are comprised of intricate molecules, cells and tissues. Understanding interactions of these components remains a major challenge in biology. In a conference organized by the Gordon Center, Dr. Kwanghun Chung from MIT introduced a new method that enables scalable proteomic imaging of intact systems without requiring any specialized equipment or reagents. The method, […]