Home / Gadgets / Stanford’s ‘accelerator on a chip’ could revolutionize medical care

Stanford’s ‘accelerator on a chip’ could revolutionize medical care

When the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford first opened its doors in 1966, it had already earned the distinction of housing the world's longest linear accelerator: A 3.2 kilometer monstrosity buried 25 feet under the gently rolling hil…

Originally posted here:
Stanford’s ‘accelerator on a chip’ could revolutionize medical care

About Gadget Reporter

Check Also

Sony will cease PS Vita production in Japan next year

At the 2018 Tokyo Game Show, Sony has announced the birth of a new product and what could possibly be the final nail in the coffin for another. Sony Interactive Entertainment SVP Hiroyuki Oda has revealed that the company will cease PS Vita's product...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *