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1 Joseph Bevitt
2 Making 3D nanosuperconductors with DNA
3 Making complex 3D nanosuperconductors with DNA self-assembly
4 A Platform for Making 3-D Nanosuperconductors With DNA
5 Phase-contrast imaging could improve breast cancer diagnosis
6 Thin-film perovskite detectors could enable extremely low-dose medical imaging
7 Novel nanospectroscopy measures biomolecular changes induced by drugs in human cells
8 A new era of bioimaging with x-rays
9 VENUS construction on track for ORNL's newest neutron imaging instrument
10 High-sensitivity nanoscale chemical imaging with hard x-ray nano-XANES
11 Funding boost for Australian Synchrotron
12 Argonne breaks ground on new state-of-the-art beamlines for the Advanced Photon Source
13 Using particle physics to foster medical innovation – Physics World
14 Using a Synchrotron as a Benchmark for Industry
15 New technique for imaging proteins in 3D
16 High-contrast imaging for cancer therapy with protons
17 European Synchrotron's new x-rays shine 100 times brighter
18 Measuring drug-induced molecular changes within a cell at sub-wavelength scale
19 Xstrahl Launches the New SARRP Beamline for Proton, Photon, Carbon and Flash Pre-Clinical Experiments
20 A sensitive and robust thin-film x-ray detector using 2D layered perovskite diodes
21 Laser-wakefield accelerators as hard x-ray sources for 3D medical imaging of human bone
22 World record: Laser-plasma accelerator operates continuously for 30 hours
23 Nanoscale 3D imaging at the Advanced Photon Source
24 Research identifies new information to accelerate structure-based drug design against COVID-19
25 European synchrotron reopens following €150m upgrade – Physics World
26 Researchers receive €2.35 million to examine disease pathways of viruses
27 From synchrotron radiation to lab source: advanced speckle-based X-ray imaging using abrasive paper
28 Directly observing intracellular nanoparticle formation with nanocomputed tomography
29 An artificial metalloenzyme for catalytic cancer-specific DNA cleavage and operando imaging
30 Building Blocks for COVID-19 Antiviral Drugs Identified in Rapid Study
31 The Advantages of Dynamic-CT Over Conventional Micro-CT
32 Scientists solve fundamental puzzle in medical imaging
33 High-throughput X-ray diffraction instrument comes to Argonne's Advanced Photon Source
34 New wave of medical 'deep tech' can help coronavirus response – but there's resistance
35 Australia's best known carnivorous dinosaur is under the microscope at ANSTO
36 High contrast microstructural visualization of natural acellular matrices by means of phase-based x-ray tomography
37 X-ray vision through the water window
38 An electron's near-light-speed tour of the Australian Synchrotron
39 New neutron source in Canada would spur innovation, medical treatments
40 Staff at Berkeley Lab's X-ray Facility Mobilize to Support COVID-19-Related Research
41 Cementing the future
42 Prospective Longitudinal Evaluation of Point‐of‐Care Lung Ultrasound in Critically Ill Patients With Severe COVID‐19 Pneumonia
43 3D chemical maps of single bacteria
44 Steady Progress in the Battle Against COVID-19
45 MRI imaging moves from hospitals to forests to help sick trees
46 A personal tour of the Australian Synchrotron, and a few of its impacts on Australia
47 Multimodal X-ray and electron microscopy of the Allende meteorite
48 Photoacoustics/Biomedical Imaging: Photoacoustic imaging progresses toward medical diagnostics
49 Activity profiling and crystal structures of inhibitor-bound SARS-CoV-2 papain-like protease: A framework for anti–COVID-19 drug design
50 CWI develops New Techniques for Real-time Tomographic Reconstruction
51 Synchrotron raises $80m for expansion, needs $34m more
52 Study provides new insight into how cellular proteins control cancer spread
53 Discovery could lead to stronger dental fillings …
54 Novel X-ray optics boost imaging capabilities at NSLS-II
55 Proton CT system lines up for small-animal studies – Physics World
56 AI and photonics join forces to make it easier to find 'new Earths': Australian scientists' invention will decipher the 'twinkle' of stars
57 Papain-like protease regulates SARS-CoV-2 viral spread and innate immunity
58 External skin patch transfers power to medical implants – Physics World
59 Evaluation of microbubble contrast agents for dynamic imaging with x-ray phase contrast
60 Imaging at the speed of life | ASU Now: Access, Excellence, Impact
61 X-ray free-electron lasers could assist in achieving practical nuclear fusion
62 ‘Extremely Brilliant’ X-Ray Beams Are About to Revolutionize How We See Into Matter
63 ELI Beamlines celebrates HAPLS laser first light
64 Detector improvements upgrade science capabilities of SNS and HFIR instruments
65 THz technology: a new take on cancer imaging – Physics World
66 Four new beamlines to be built at The European Synchrotron
67 CANADA: New neutron source would spur innovation, medical treatments, expert says
68 Breakthrough in Terahertz Photonics
69 Radiotherapy targets tumours precisely -- with less damage to healthy cells
70 How structural biologists revealed the new coronavirus's structure so quickly
71 Could proton FLASH prove optimal for clinical application?
72 Ultrafast laser electron accelerator as a novel imaging x-ray source
73 X–ray absorption, phase and dark–field tomography through a beam tracking approach
74 Scientists fit two co-catalysts on one nanosheet for better water purification
75 Engineered llama antibodies neutralize COVID-19 virus
76 COVID-19: how physics is helping the fight against the pandemic
77 Study shows asthma drug salbutamol's potential as Alzheimer's treatment
78 Phase-contrast zoom tomography reveals precise locations of macrophages in mouse lungs
79 Identification of distinct pathological signatures induced by patient-derived α-synuclein structures in nonhuman primates
80 This enigmatic protein sculpts DNA to repair harmful damage
81 Key to preserving The Scream
82 Europe draws up plans for plasma-based particle accelerators
83 Physics drives ongoing developments in proton therapy – Physics World
84 Is proton beam therapy the future for cancer treatment?
85 Protecting DNA origami for anti-cancer drug delivery
86 Women develop Alzheimer's more than men due to hormones, suggests study
87 Antipsychotic effects of CBD explored in brain imaging study
88 X-ray Free-Electron Laser Imaging Of Enzymes
89 A sharper focus: New computational technique resolves compressed X-ray data
90 Advances in Radiation Therapy Treatment Systems
91 Ultra-large electric field–induced strain in potassium sodium niobate crystals
92 Stanford study claims brain imaging can predict viral video popularity
93 Swiss Researchers Peer Inside Chips with Improved X-Ray Imaging
94 How a Wisconsin company figured out how to make nuclear isotopes — a vital component of heart scans
95 ExOne technology used to 3D print boron carbide-aluminum collimators for refined neutron scattering
96 TACC's Frontera Supports Investigation of Subatomic Protons
97 Smart galvo scanner for medical and scientific applications by Scanlab
98 MRI guidance is feasible for proton therapy – Physics World
99 Crews at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have taken the first 3200-megapixel digital photos
100 Meiotic chromosome synapsis depends on multivalent SYCE1-SIX6OS1 interactions that are disrupted in cases of human infertility