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Three-dimensional IR images now in full color


August 5, 2013

Fourier Transform Infrared image Lawrence Berkeley Lab and University of Wisconsin researchers have created the first technique to offer full-color infrared (IR) tomography, a non-destructive 3-D imaging process that provides molecular-level chemical information of unprecedented detail on biological and other specimens with no need to stain or alter the specimen. Full Story

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