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A wide-spectrum nutritional treatment for cancer

Researchers in Prof. Michael Snyder’s lab have discovered a way to characterize the nutritional weaknesses of cancer cells. Using a re-constituted medium panel, they can characterize the nutrients that are needed to sustain the growth of specific cancer...
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Traveling wave linear accelerator with rf power flow outside of accelerating cavities

Stanford researchers have developed a novel traveling wave accelerating structure which is a critical component of a particle accelerator. It has high shunt impedance similar to that of side-coupled standing-wave accelerating structure, but without its d...
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