1. A group of 28 students affiliated with the University of Arizona has received the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

    A group of 28 students affiliated with the University of Arizona has received the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

    David Vega , a doctoral student finishing his first year in the optical sciences program. Vega's research is based on early detection of ovarian cancer using optical coherence tomography and multiphoton microscopy. The breakthrough technologies he is developing are transferable to numerous applications and offer broad impacts in several other fields, ranging from other medical diagnostics to astronomy

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