Xstrahl took part in the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society held in Cancun, Mexico, on 15th to 18th October.
The event, which gathered together most eminent professionals in the radiation research field, had an outstanding scientific program covering the state-of-the-art in radiation sciences with an emphasis on Translating Radiation Research: From Risk to Therapy.
Xstrahl continued to push the boundaries of pre-clinical science with its SARRP Image Guided Micro-Irradiator, the most advanced system available for pre-clinical radio biology research. The Xstrahl guests had also a chance to learn more about Muriglo – an advanced in vivo optical imaging system with bioluminescence (BLI), bioluminescence tomography (BLT1) and transillumination fluorescence imaging (TFI2) capabilities.
Adrian Treverton, Chief Operating Office of the Xstrahl Inc commented, “It was a great event with lots of discussions and talks about Xstrahl preclinical research innovations and new developments. Thank you to everyone for coming and sharing your research and time with us”.