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Launch Event

Dinosaurs, Dodos and Solving Murders – the X-ray Computed Tomography Research Technology Platform Launch Event

We are delighted to announce the launch of the X-ray Computed Tomography Research Technology Platform (CT RTP), with a virtual launch showcase at 2pm on 23rd February 2021. Sign up to the event is below!

Professor Mark Williams and the CT RTP team will introduce the technology that researchers across Warwick will be able to access through the RTP, and provide overviews of the fantastic examples of applications the team have worked on, from solving murders with WM Police, to finding secret teeth in dinosaurs, assessing the quality of 3d printing and work on real time monitoring of battery failure.

The session will have a Q&A opportunity to discuss potential applications and questions on the technology, with the content accessible to those from all disciplines.

More information on the CT RTP can be found on the website, and in the RTP brochure. The CT RTP is the 10th RTP to be formed since the programme’s inception in 2014. The RTPs provide an integrated network of world-class facilities and expertise that enable researchers to perform outstanding science. Any researcher at Warwick can get access to these technologies, which include electron microscopy, bioinformatics, polymer characterisation, scientific computing and much more!

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