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  1. Kodak and RAID Sign Information Storage Agreement
    RAID, Inc. has entered into a supply agreement with Eastman Kodak Company that enables Kodak customers to select RAID's value-priced storage options when purchasing Kodak's healthcare IT systems
  2. Advances in Endoscopy
    Latest trend is throw-away endoscopes that feature a miniaturized sensor and downstream video-processing circuitry.
  3. Mission (Not) Impossible
    Five-year Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite will investigate causes of the sunís variability and how it produces space weather that affects us on earth
  4. An Uncommon Route to a Finished Product
    Developers of software tools look to satisfy and exploit new standards
  5. Panasonic Announces Availability of the Lumix DMC-L1 in The United States
    Panasonic Corporation of North America today announced the availability of its first digital single-lens reflex (SLR) camera with an interchangeable lens, the DMC-L1
  6. A Monumental Task
    An imaging project is designed to help save the iconic Mount Rushmore from the effects of weather, physical erosion and more
  7. Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Adds Another Dimension
    While women who undergo a traditional mammogram see the need to get this procedure done, there have been drawbacks.
  8. AMICAS Announces General Availability of Next Generation Vision Series PACS Platform
    AMICAS, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMCS), a leader in radiology and medical image and information management solutions,has released Vision Series PACS Version 4.2, a release representing significant advancements
  9. Varian Medical Systems Introduces PaxScan(R) Digital X-ray Image Detector for Dental, Medical, and High-Volume Semiconductor Inspection Markets
    Varian Medical Systems,Inc. (NYSE: VAR) a world leader in X-ray tubes and a premier supplier of digital image detectors for filmless X-rays, has introduced the new PaxScan(R)1313, designed for low-cost, high quality imaging
  10. Imaging Makes Agriculture Greener
    An innovative system with digital cameras from Allied Vision Technologies scans field surfaces for weeds, minimizing herbicide use.

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