Wrist-Sized Bone Scanner Could Fly To The Space Station In 2016 - Universe Today
OTTAWA, CANADA – The University of Saskatchewan hopes to fly a wrist-sized MRI to the International Space Station by 2016 in a standard Progress cargo flight, according to Gordon Sarty, a university professor specializing in medical imaging. Why is this important? It will help doctors keep track of the astronauts’ bone strength on orbit, Sarty says … Continue reading "Wrist-Sized Bone Scanner Could Fly To The Space Station In 2016"
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