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1112 Feb 2013
London, United Kingdom
Dr Alessandro Olivo and Professor Ian Robinson
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Rose Cooper-Thorne
United Kingdom


Taking x-ray phase contrast imaging into mainstream applications

X-ray phase contrast imaging (XPCi) emerged in the mid-90s at synchrotrons, showing potential to revolutionize all applications of x-ray imaging. Recently methods have emerged that could take XPCi out of the synchrotrons and deploy it into hospitals, industries, etc. This meeting brings together the leading experts in the area to discuss what is still needed to achieve this important goal.