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A Nonviral Vector for Gene Therapy

Dr. Lawrence “Rusty” Hofmann and colleagues have developed a nonviral gene delivery vector for use in gene therapy. Gene therapy has been explored as a treatment strategy for a variety of diseases. However, there are significant safety and efficacy ...
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Nanophotonic light-field sensor

The Nanophotonic Light-Field (NLF) sensor enables a new generation of light field cameras capable of high sensitivity, high pixel density and faster shutter speeds. No longer will users have to choose between high resolution images and after-the-fact focu...
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