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May 4th, 2006

World-class molecular imaging at Oxford

Abstract:
Thanks to a partnership with Nikon Instruments, the University of Oxford has created a world-class advanced imaging facility. The Nikon Oxford Molecular Imaging Centre (Nomic) was opened in a ceremony at the University's Chemical Research Laboratory (CRL), and will give biomedical and nanotechnology researchers access to the very latest microscopes and imaging systems.

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