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Kopelman Lab: Nanoparticles + photoacoustic imaging-- a route to better cancer treatment decisions?

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There are a million things you have to plan when you travel to a different country to do one-of-a-kind experiments. A Michigan Chemistry team put their experimental skills to the test at a Japanese laboratory.

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