Scientists collaborate to improve speed, sensitivity of ERI

09/28/2006 | Red Herring

Improved speed and sensitivity of electron spin resonance imaging, which measures the chemical state of organs, could lend to earlier and more precise detection of fatal diseases, according to a team of researchers in the U.K. The scientists hope the improved ERI device, which they expect to complete in two or three years, will allow for meaningful measurements of smaller samples.

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