Pal Greguss, Jr.
The activity of the Applied Biophysics Laboratory of the Technical University Budapest can be described best by an interrogative sentence: How can coherent radiation be utilized to solve problems related to biomedical assignments? However, the nature of the coherent radiation to be used is not at all defined; it can be electromagnetic (e.g., a laser) as well as mechanical (when ultrasonic radiation is used).
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