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Spasers

The new laser is actually a Spaser, which is a plasmonic nanolaser that stores energy within so-called surface plasmon polaritons.

Probeam 360°

The new ProBeam 360° Proton Therapy System is designed for next-generation proton therapy.

Social Heart & Business Brain: Success Mantra for Healthcare

Our research found that health care organisations with a social heart and a business brain can be quite profitable, sometimes more profitable than so called profit-maximising hospitals. Ravi Ramamurti, University Distinguished Professor of International Business and Director, Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University

Mammography and Breast Imaging

The purpose of screening mammography is to detect cancer in the early stages. Advances in the treatment of cancer have considerably improved the cure rates. Screening mammography and other imaging techniques like breast ultrasound and breast MRI can help to detect small tumours at an early stage. - Dr. Umesh S. Mudaliyar

Evolution of Mammography and Advances in Breast imaging

Offering the possibilities of smaller, lighter, and faster materials and devices, nanotechnology is working its way into the world of medical technology. - Dr. Meinal Chaudhry

Dr. Vishal Beri CEO of Hinduja Healthcare, Surgical

Dr. Beri, do share with us your vast experience in the healthcare domain, both as a clinician as well as a management professional.After...
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