NPS Physics Professor’s Patent Could Have Significant Applications in Treatment of Cancer
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A Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) applied physics associate professor has just been awarded a patent that could potentially revolutionize the treatment of cancer. Dr. Emil Kartalov received the paten
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