Research / Universities

Research / Universities

Scientific research presents a multitude of opportunities to use 2D x-ray imaging (DR) and Computed Tomography (CT) technologies. These can range from modeling bone degeneration to development of new products in the medical field; from the use of exotic alloys and composite materials in aerospace components to developing new processes for manufacturing older parts. The list is truly endless and wide-ranging. We have provided imaging services to paleontology departments who were researching ancient dinosaur bones, a researcher who was trying to model the effects osteroporosis by scanning a human femur and using finite element analysis to calculate the loss in bone strength, a researcher developing a new ceramic for use in aerospace parts, and many others.


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