How can we optimize the quality, speed and costs of (bio)medical images?
With better (bio)medical imaging, we can improve the precision of our cancer treatments – surgery, radiotherapy, and drug therapies. Ideally, you want to be able to create and use real-time imaging during a procedure. Our current imaging takes too long to be able to facilitate this. So we aim to optimize the speed. And the cost, so we can increase the use of imaging. And by improving the quality of our imaging and developing new imaging techniques, we create a clearer picture of the condition while being more precise in our treatment.