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Self-limited plasmonic nanowelding

Stanford researchers have developed a ground-breaking plasmonic nanowelding technique that preserves the integrity of underlying materials, and combines high-performance with increased control, speed, and energy efficiency. This technique uses light to lo...
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Very rapid medical multi-beam linac using a novel radiofrequency power distribution system

Stanford researchers have proposed extremely rapid radiation therapy technology that can deliver radiation treatment fast enough to mitigate or remove the impact of physiologic motion on the precision of radiation therapy, with equal or better dose confor...
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