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    • Bio-medical X-ray imaging with spectroscopic pixel detectors 

      Butler, A.P.H.; Anderson, N.G.; Tipples, R.; Cook, N.; Watts, R.; Meyer, J.; Bell, A.J.; Melzer, T.R.; Butler, P.H. (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2008)
      The aim of this study is to review the clinical potential of spectroscopic X-ray detectors and to undertake a feasibility study using a novel detector in a clinical hospital setting. Detectors currently in development, ...
    • MARS-CT: Biomedical Spectral X-ray Imaging with Medipix 

      Butzer, Jochen Sieghard (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2009)
      Computed Tomography is one of the most important image modalities in medical imaging nowadays. Recent developments have led to a new acquisition technique called 'dual-energy', where images are taken with different x-ray ...
    • Nuclear New Zealand: New Zealand's nuclear and radiation history to 1987 

      Priestley, Rebecca Katherine (University of Canterbury. School of Humanities, 2010)
      New Zealand has a paradoxical relationship with nuclear science. We are as proud of Ernest Rutherford, known as the father of nuclear science, as of our nuclear-free status. Early enthusiasm for radium and X-rays in the ...
    • Synthesis and complexes of bridging heterocyclic ligands. 

      Rajan, Siji (University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 2014)
      Ligand–mediated coupling between metal centres is of fundamental importance in inorganic and materials chemistry. Bridging ligands involving azo groups as coordinating π–acceptors can yield complexes with interesting ...