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X-ray 'voyeur's' artwork provides a surprising glimpse... (and uncovers a wad of cash tucked in one woman's fishnets) British artist Nick Veasey, 51, used X-ray machine to take pictures of people and objects then mashed them together Studio had to be
Tamitha Grey, 46, stood behind the X-ray machine at Withybush Hospital in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, as her son was allegedly heard to ask: Are we ready yet, mum?' She was said to have responded no... okay', before the machine whirred into life.
Robert Tar and Allison Tar-Crutchfield, family dentist in Ann Arbor, of Ann Arbor Dental Associates are implementing the most cutting edge technology available in dentistry today at Dr. Tar's practice, including intra oral photography and panoramic X-
New x-ray technology and more front line staff will help beef up border security. The Minister for Primary Industries, Nathan Guy, has today unveiled a new x-ray machine at Auckland Airport...Mr Guy says the new machines will be more reliable and
Travellers attempting to smuggle exotic fruit and animals into the country will now find it harder to duck the strict biosecurity rules. Border security staff have a clearer view into luggage thanks to 12 new X-ray machines at Auckland, Christchurch,
Transportation Security Administration has ordered advanced software and hardware for uncovering liquid explosives and other threats. The systems, which can be retrofitted into existing checkpoint X-ray detection devices, are from Optosecurity
Clark International Airport, and at Mactan Cebu International Airport. Having these machines would make us more efficient and capable of screening baggage instead of the manual search. It is a goal (for us to) have a shorter processing time, he
Theodore Kalajdzic on the X-ray board at Monash Children's Hospital. Photo: Jason South New technology is allowing doctors to X-ray critically ill newborns with instant results, streamlining care and minimising the need to move fragile little bodies.
As the Canada Border Services Agency moves away from detector dogs in favour of portable scanners and large x-ray machines in its search for contraband, figures obtained by Postmedia News suggest the high-tech equipment isn't reliable. And border
New Zealand's border inspection system is set to gain a new fleet of x-ray machines. Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy announced at Horticulture NZ's annual conference today that 11 x-ray machines will replace existing machines at Auckland,