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X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials and Life Science 7: Life Science Applications

X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FOR MATERIALS & LIFE SCIENCES 7: PLANT SCIENCE APPLICATIONS

 

A number of X-ray CT application examples for life samples will be discussed. Examples include imaging and analysis of animal bones and other life science samples.

Presenter
Angela Criswell
Date/time (CDT)

 

About the speaker:

Aya TakaseFull Name:         Angela Criswell
Title:                   X-ray CT Senior Scientist
Organization:    Rigaku Americas Corporation

For over 20 years Angela’s work has been focused on X-ray techniques to study structural biology. Angela has used a number of X-ray techniques including X-ray Crystallography, Small Angle X-ray Scattering, and X-ray Diffraction. Angela is now combining her expertise in Biochemistry and X-ray Computed Tomography. Angela holds a PhD in Biochemistry from Rice University.

 

 

About the host:

Tom McNultyFull Name:         Tom McNulty
Title:                   SVP, General Manager
Organization:    Rigaku Americas Corporation
Tom brings more than 40 years of analytical X-ray experience to his current position at Rigaku. Interests include X-ray Crystallography, X-ray Spectroscopy, X-ray Powder and Thin Film Diffraction, and X-ray Computed Tomography. Tom’s position as the GM of the Materials Science group includes the oversight of Rigaku’s current effort to educate scientists about the emerging role of CT in Materials Research. Tom holds an MA in Chemistry from SUNY Buffalo.