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February 27th, 2007
And the Sedgefield-based business has just won a renewal of the contract with Cenamps, the One NorthEast-backed centre for excellence for nanotechnology.
It is building prototype equipment for a new method of making cadmium zinc telluride crystals. These crystals are used in the highly sensitive X-ray imaging process which will transform security, medical and industrial applications. The new process will make production cheaper and the crystals will be smaller and better quality.
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