Applied Biophysical Laboratory of the Technical University of Budapest

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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Applied Biophysical Laboratory of the Technical University of Budapest

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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Publish Date: 01 April 1979


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