In September 2014, a manuscript titled “Rectangular Fixed-Gantry CT Prototype: Combining CNT X-Ray Sources and Accelerated Compressed Sensing-Based Reconstruction”, which covers our Advanced Technology Computed Tomography System and our state-of-the-art reconstruction algorithms, was published in a special section of IEEE Access, Emerging Computed Tomography Technologies. The article can be found here.
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In April 2014, The Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at UNC Chapel Hill published an article in the Cancer Lines magazine title “New X-ray technology developed at UNC could revolutionize breast cancer detection” which highlights our stationary digital breast tomosynthesis system. The article can be found here.
In March 2014 Medical Physics Web published an article “Tabletop sources eyes microbeam therapy” about our collaboration with UNC on this topic. The article can be found here .
In October 2013 the University Of North Carolina in Chapel Hill published an article “Promising new therapy in a smaller package” describing UNC’s advances in microbeam radiation therapy based on XinRay technology. The article can be found here . About a month later Imaging Technology News reported about this topic online. The article can be found here .
The related paper “A first generation compact microbeam radiation therapy system based on carbon nanotube X-ray technology” was published in Applied Physics Letters on the same day. (Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 103, Issue 18). You can find the paper here . Copyright 2013 American Institute of Physics. This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and the American Institute of Physics. The article appeared in Applied Physics Letters, Vol.103, Issue 18 and may be found at AIP here.
In March 2011 the American College of Radiology Bulletin covered XinRay’s technology in an overview article “Thinking small – a new x-ray source array using carbon nanotube could revolutionize tomographic imaging”. The article can be be found here.
In February 2011, XinRay attended the SPIE Medical Imaging conference in Orlando, FL. The contribution with the title “Stationary digital breast tomosynthesis with distributed field emission X-ray tube” can be found here
In February 2010, XinRay attended the SPIE Medical Imaging conference in San Diego, CA. The contribution with the title “Distributed source x-ray tube technology for tomosynthesis imaging” can be found here
On August 10, 2009, the US Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office awarded a contract to XinRay Systems to develop, test and evaluate advanced carbon nanotube multiple beam x-ray sources for use in high throughput baggage and cargo explosives detection systems. The link to the press release can be found here. Resulting articles appeared inCarolina Newswire and local techwire.