Targeted, High-Energy Cancer Treatments Get a Supercomputing Boost

News   May 15, 2017 | Original story from Texas Advanced Computing Center

 
Targeted, High-Energy Cancer Treatments Get a Supercomputing Boost

A simulation of one of the detectors used in the MR-Linac system. [Courtesy: Daniel O'Brien, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center]

 
 
 

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