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SBES Multi-scale Advanced CT facility

Screenshot of SBES Multi-scale Advanced CT website

ECE imaging researcher Chris Wyatt has collaborated with Ge Wang in the School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences to build the new SBES Multi-scale Advanced CT (SAM-CT) facility, located at the Nano Characterization and Fabrication Laboratory in the Corporate Research Center. The facility brings together various state-of-the-art CT scanners under one roof, allowing the user to acquire CT scans at various spatial resolutions ranging from mm to 50nm. This unique combination of equipment allows the development of multi-scale methods in biological phenotyping, material characterization, and geological applications.


Multiscale Advanced CT

Visit the SAM-CT site for information on the imaging capabilities and uses.

Visit SAM-CT in Second Life!

SAM-CT can be visited in Second Life by clicking the following link: slurl.com/secondlife/Digital Preserve/115/64/23. The Second Life Aided Training Environment (SLATE) was introduced in November 2009.

Bio-Imaging Systems Laboratory

Chris Wyatt is director of the Bio-Imaging Systems Laboratory, which develops technologies to accelerate the use of imaging and image analysis in biomedicine