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Integrated Array of Image Sensors

The active imaging method (AIM) makes it possible to measure images from a controlled light source even in the presence of uncontrolled, stray ambient light. The method consists of an emitter, which emits temporally modulated light onto the scene or obje...
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Modification of PET Blood Collection Tubes

Dr. Richard Zare and colleagues have developed an inexpensive, fast and simple method for treating polyethylene terephthalate (PET) blood collection tubes (BCTs) to remove bias and interference in various blood analysis procedures. Blood collection and p...
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