How novel X-ray technology made in Waterloo can help COVID-19 patients

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A detector from Waterloo, Ontario’s KA Imaging allows for clearer visualization of a patient’s lungs, which can be a critical part of diagnostic and treatment measures for COVID-19. Read more about this new technology in this article from the Waterloo Chronicle.
 

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Sonia Mendes is the English Writer/Editor for Ingenium. She loves digging behind the scenes to tell the quirky, colourful stories of museum life and all things related to science and innovation.