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Laser-driven deflection structure for charged particle beams

Researchers in the Ginzton lab at Stanford University have designed an all-dielectric laser-driven deflector micro-structure and have begun experimental R&D for its development. The structure provides extended phase synchronicity of the delfection force o...
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Simple aqueous fluorination of PET imaging agents

Stanford researchers have developed patented radiochemical methods that optimize the design and synthesis of novel PET imaging probes. This method was developed in response to the need for PET-labeled biomarkers such as proteins, antibodies, and enzymes, ...
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