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This is Oxfordshire
Demand for organ donation now higher than ever beforeA TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign say
Demand for organ donation now higher than ever before
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 6 days ago
A TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign saying more donors are needed than ever before. Doctors around the world can now save organs that would otherwise be wasted thanks to the “world-leading” work of Oxford... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Demand for organ donation now higher than ever beforeA TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign say
Demand for organ donation now higher than ever before
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
A TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign saying more donors are needed than ever before. Doctors around the world can now save organs that would otherwise be wasted thanks to the “world-leading” work of Oxford... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Bone-scanning lasers may help earlier diagnosisA NEW method of taking X-rays using powerful lasers is being tested at a labora
Bone-scanning lasers may help earlier diagnosis
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
A NEW method of taking X-rays using powerful lasers is being tested at a laboratory near Didcot. Teams from the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) have been working in conjunction with Imperial College London on the new technology. It... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bone-scanning lasers may help earlier diagnosisA NEW method of taking X-rays using powerful lasers is being tested at a labora
Bone-scanning lasers may help earlier diagnosis
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
A NEW method of taking X-rays using powerful lasers is being tested at a laboratory near Didcot. Teams from the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) have been working in conjunction with Imperial College London on the new technology. It... Read more
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Quartz
This 2,000 trillion watt laser could re-create the Big Bang–and make clean energy - Quartz not a toy The most powerful laser beam ever created has been recent
This 2,000 trillion watt laser could re-create the Big Bang–and make clean energy
Quartz / Posted 17 days ago
- Quartz not a toy The most powerful laser beam ever created has been recently fired... Read more
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PhysOrg
World's most powerful laser is 2,000 trillion watts – but what's it for?One of the acceleration beams of the LFEX laser in Osaka. Credit: Osaka Univers
World's most powerful laser is 2,000 trillion watts – but what's it for?
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
One of the acceleration beams of the LFEX laser in Osaka. Credit: Osaka University The most powerful laser beam ever created has been recently fired at Osaka University in Japan, where the Laser for Fast Ignition Experiments (LFEX) has been boosted... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Sign up as a donor now and give the gift of lifeTWO women who received life-changing organ donations decades ago have urged oth
Sign up as a donor now and give the gift of life
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
TWO women who received life-changing organ donations decades ago have urged others to sign up to the register. Jill Edwards, 73, from Carterton, is still counting her lucky stars after a heart transplant 25 years ago. She said: “If anyone is... Read more
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PhysOrg
Focused laser power boosts ion accelerationA laser beam (red, coming from the left) shines on an ultrathin diamond-like ca
Focused laser power boosts ion acceleration
PhysOrg / Posted 27 days ago
A laser beam (red, coming from the left) shines on an ultrathin diamond-like carbon foil coated on one side with a layer of nanotubes. The impact of the laser beam ejects high-energy ions from the uncoated side of the carbon foil. The additional... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Focused Laserpower Boosts Ion AccelerationAn international team of physicists has used carbon nanotubes to enhance the ef
Focused Laserpower Boosts Ion Acceleration
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 28 days ago
An international team of physicists has used carbon nanotubes to enhance the efficiency of laser-driven particle acceleration. This significant advance brings compact sources of ionizing radiation for medical purposes closer to reality. The... Read more

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