Semiconductor Technology Demand Growing in Medical Imaging

(March 31, 2005) Palo Alto, Calif. — Semiconductors in medical-imaging modalities are increasing, and should continue to do so until 2008; therefore, semiconductor vendors anticipate growth opportunities, especially in imaging systems such as ultrasounds and computed tomography (CT) scanners.

(March 31, 2005) Washington — NIST and Utah State University (USU) have joined forces in a collaborative partnership to develop and calibrate optical sensors for defense, homeland security, weather prediction, and climate research.

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