“From Tanks to Tumors”: an Unusual Workshop

In the midst of Department of Defense (DOD) concern about the transfer of infrared technology into the commercial sector, in December, DOD sponsored a three-day workshop titled “From Tanks to Tumors: A Workshop on the Applications of IR Imaging and Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) Image Processing for Early Detection of Breast Cancer.”|

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