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Stretchy copper patch provides pain relief

Metallic-based film could help alleviate pain from sprained muscles, and may even help patients suffering from arthritis.

RSNA: investigating X-ray fluorescence CT

Stanford researchers compare X-ray fluorescence CT induced by photon, electron and proton beams.

Multifunctional bubbles image and treat

Multifunctional microbubble agents could provide enhanced ultrasound and MRI contrast in combination with targeted gene or drug delivery.

Magnetic sensor measures blood glucose

A new type of glucose sensor based on a magnetically polarizable nanoemulsion could help change the way blood sugar is measured.

Opinion

Horizons 2013: connecting physicists in medicine

What happened when two groups of physicists working in medicine came together for the first time?

Magnetic particle imaging: x-space options

The second article in our two-part series on magnetic particle imaging takes a look at the evolution of x-space MPI.

Magnetic particle imaging: moving ahead

In the first of a two-part series on magnetic particle imaging, we examine the latest developments in MPI hardware and nanoparticle design.

Medical physicists: preparing for change

As the boundaries between medical disciplines become increasingly blurred and those between diagnosis, therapy and management follow suit, how can medical physicists adapt to these changing needs?