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April 2nd, 2003

Electromagnetic waves from palm-sized device penetrate solids

Abstract:
Scientists from the University of Delaware have made a major breakthrough in terahertz nanotechnology, one that could have practical applications in medical imaging, hazardous materials detection and even rescue operations.

Source:
UDaily

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