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Avada includes a blog shortcode you can use anywhere on the site!

This blog shortcode was submitted by Markus, one of our Avada users and now on our developing team! It just goes to show what an awesome community we have, everyone is willing to help & share ideas. Dont wait, be a part of the Avada community today!

MARS Bioimaging and MediLumine Announce Partnership

By |March 26th, 2019|Categories: International, MARS Research, News|

Mars Bioimaging and MediLumine announce a partnership to develop applications for life science research and jointly announce the success of a pilot study using MediLumine’s contrast agents [...]

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ACTREC (Tata Memorial Centre) preclinical imaging and drug discovery workshop

By |September 28th, 2018|Categories: Awards, News|

Dr Raj Panta, a clinical application scientist with MARS Bioimaging, recently spoke on preclinical imaging using the MARS system at The Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer (ACTREC), part of the [...]

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AmCham recognises MARS Bioimaging for building partnerships with the US

By |July 12th, 2018|Categories: Awards, News|

AmCham New Zealand, representatives of the American Chamber of Commerce, have recently announced the finalists in their annual awards. MARS Bioimaging is proud to be listed as a finalist in the Bilateral Connections with [...]

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French radiology website Docteur Imago features MARS spectral imaging

By |July 3rd, 2018|Categories: MARS Research|

Our work developing the MARS small bore scanner and its applications for translational research recently featured on the French radiology website Docteur Imago. Read it here: Docteur Imago

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