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August 31st, 2005

Increased Focus on R&D Key to Growth in Microscopy Sector

Abstract:
Recent technological breakthroughs are likely to impact the microscopy industry positively. This upswing will grow further following large-scale digitalisation and growth in related fields such as image reconstruction and restoration.

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