(Science Daily) A Queen's physicist and a PhD student have developed a groundbreaking device that controls the depth of a laser cut, laying groundwork to provide pinpoint accuracy during surgeries. This new laser control technology is valuable in all surgeries where cutting too deeply could lead to serious complications.
"The issue of depth control has always been a problem in laser surgery," says professor James Fraser…
The development of the control technology has led Dr. Fraser and doctoral student Paul Webster to explore industrial applications.
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