The Translational BioImaging Core (TBIC) provides state of the art animal imaging equipment, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), micro positron emission tomography (PET), ultrasound, optical imaging, SPECT/gamma camera and Hamamatsu PET to support the wide range of scientific projects within the University of Washington (UW) – Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Fred Hutch) Cancer Consortium. This program is funded by resources available at Fred Hutch, UW Radiology, and the Washington National Primate Research Center for UW-Fred Hutch Cancer Consortium members. A hallmark of successful interdisciplinary imaging research is the assemblage of investigators from diverse backgrounds around promising imaging technologies, with further development of new scientific tools as well as novel applications of old ones to achieve effective shared resource and research objectives. TBIC is operating under this vision and will provide an essential role in support of the Consortium’s research.
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Polyethelene Teraphalate (PET) is a thermoplastic that produces a lower cost, yet structurally sound core product. PET cores can be heated and conformed to specific shapes and are growing in applications as more manufacturers are realizing its consistent properties and benefits.
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3A Composites (Sins, Switzerland) is debuting AIREX GEN2, a completely new technology platform for PET foam core materials. GEN2 PET foam features a homogenous cell structure, but enhanced mechanical properties compared to 3A's AIREX T92. While it remains a recycled and recyclable material, its formability and processing reportedly have also been improved.
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