The Nano Argovia project “NANOCREATE” aids the optimization of diagnostic images.

In the Nano-Argovia project “NANOCREATE”, scientists from the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), in collaboration with the University of Applied Sciences (FHNW) and GratXray AG (Villigen, AG), are developing a cost-effective fabrication method for optical X-ray gratings. These gratings are used in a computed tomography (CT) scanner developed by GratXray that allows for high-resolution, high-contrast imaging of low absorbing tissues, such as the female breast.

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