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Micro-CT of Toolmarks in Bone Using the Bruker SkyScan 1173

Forensic Investigations: Using Micro-CT to Examine Toolmarks in Bone Micro-CT is proving valuable in the analysis of crimes and the presentation of evidence by helping establish the weapon class used for sharp force injuries and/or to link a specific object to a crime, making it an important emerging technology within forensic laboratories1. …

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Micro-CT of Nautilus Shell Using the Bruker SkyScan 1173

The Symmetry of Mathematics and Nature: Using Micro-CT to Examine a Nautilus Shell Within the beauty of the chambered nautilus is a remarkable symmetry created by the concentric rings within the shell. This distinctive pattern is often related to the Fibonacci Sequence, also known as the Golden Number, although the shells do …

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Micro-CT of Miniature Fruitcake

Using the Bruker SkyScan 1173 Product Inspection: Using micro-CT to study consumer food products Now that the year is coming to a close and we all slow to spend time with friends and family, many will gather to share gifts. No other gift is both so ingrained in the holiday season, as …

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Micro-CT of Inkjet Cartridge

Micro-CT of Inkjet Cartridge Using the Bruker SkyScan 1275   Product Inspection: Using micro-CT to see inside assembled consumer products Inkjet printers are the best selling print technology on the market today. Originally attractive because of the low price, the technology is now used in many diverse applications, from home printing to …

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Micro-CT of Apple Watch S1

Micro-CT of Apple Watch S1 Using the Bruker SkyScan 1275  Electronics Inspection: Using micro-CT to see inside wearable technology More powerful, faster, smaller – in 1975, Moore’s Law predicted the doubling of transistors within integrated circuits every two years, and while this growth has slowed some as feature widths approach single nanometer …

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MicroCT of a Beach Hopper

Wrapping up the fun-filled days this summer? Amidst all the tanning, surfing, and sand-castling, you may be surprised to think about the plethora of life teeming just under the surface! Move around some seaweed and you might see small shrimp-like animals hopping about, but don’t worry, these little crustaceans don’t bite! They …

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MicroCT of a Molar Tooth

“There comes a point in some of our lives where one (or more) of our pearly whites falls victim to the dreaded drill courtesy of a visit to the dentist. Whether it is a tooth which simply outstayed its welcome or a tooth which needed significant reinforcements in the form of fillings, …

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Micro-CT of a Praying Mantis

Spring is approaching, and there is much to look forward too; warm weather, beautiful foliage and insects! Ok, besides the pesky flies, mosquitoes, spiders…. Well, maybe you are not anticipating the insects but there is one here at Micro Photonics that fascinated our interest. Commonly known as a praying mantis, this name …

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MicroCT of Seashells

It is summer and is time to soak up some sun and head to the beach! As you walk along the beach you probably have collected seashells as a kid or still do.  Those fond memories gave us the great idea to scan seashells. Combing the beach for seashells may turn up …

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MicroCT of a Staghorn Sumac

Staghorn Sumac (Rhus hirta (L.) Sudworth) is a common Midwest and Northeastern plant with palm-like leaves and a distinctive red coned fruit that is actually a cluster of small fuzzy seeds. The fruit is what makes this plant highly regarded, especially to Native American tribes, where the fruit is used to make …

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