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Molecular imaging of human embryonic stem cells

Currently methods of tracking stem cell engraftment rely on postmortem histology which in turn precludes longitudinal monitoring. Thus, the development of "molecular markers" with the ability to determine the long-term nature of stem cells and their pro...
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Field-Programmable Optical Component

Stanford researchers have developed a method to make non-ideal beam-splitters operate as perfect beam-splitters, using a double Mach-Zehnder interferometer. Complex optical telecommunications circuits will only function properly if optical interferometer...
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