Lumetrics Expands on National Science Foundation Research to Develop Revolutionary Tissue-measurement System


Rochester, New York (PRWEB) February 05, 2014

Even though tissue from animals is often used to manufacture artificial heart valves and other medical organs for the human body, manufacturers often rely on antiquated methods to inspect such tissue. The thickness of this tissue is critical to how these organs function, yet, too often, manufacturers use crude mechanical gauges to measure it.

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Lumetrics Expands on National Science Foundation Research to Develop Revolutionary Tissue-measurement System

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