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In a year that sees M&I Materials nominated for Manchester Evening News’ Business of the Year, our CEO Giles Salt recognised as ‘One to Watch’ by the Telegraph and our Technical Director, Amanda Quadling was judged to be The Financial Times’s 10th most Influential Women in Engineering, we are thrilled to be exhibiting at the 2019 Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference in Manchester. The IEEE NSS-MIC is the leading annual international meeting for all scientists, engineers, researchers, medical physicists and students with an interest in radiation detectors, related technologies and their applications.
This year our team of experts will be showcasing our latest examples of 3D printed tungsten components including:
- Collimators for preclinical molecular imaging
- Coded apertures
- X-ray diffraction components
- Collimators for nuclear waste scanning
me and see first-hand what is possible when you chose Wolfmet 3D – our revolutionary additive manufacturing process!
Proof is in the Prototype!
If you are attending this year come along to: The MRC-SPECT System: Preliminary performance evaluation of the second-generation MR-compatible SPECT system.
This session will discuss the research efforts for the development of MR-compatible electronics based high-resolution solid-state detectors. It will also present the system prototype which just happens to include a Wolfmet 3D MR-compatible tungsten collimator!
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