Measurement journal highlights two NPL papers
Two NPL co-authored papers feature in the Institute of Physics (IOP) Measurement Science and Technology journal as highlights from 2011-12.
The papers describe research into estimating the resolution of an optical coherence tomography medical imaging system and validating the use of microwave radiometry to measure temperature profiles in human tissue.
Both papers are free to download until the end of December 2012:
Validation of microwave radiometry for measuring the internal temperature profile of human tissue
A Levick, D Land and J Hand
Meas Sci Technol, 22, 065801 (2011)
Estimating the resolution of a commercial optical coherence tomography system with limited spatial sampling
P D Woolliams and P H Tomlins
Meas Sci Technol 22, 065502 (2011)
Sharon D'Souza, Publisher, Measurement Science and Technology, said:
"Our selection represents the breadth and excellence of the work published in the journal, and is intended to exemplify the high standard of work we aim to publish. The papers were chosen by the editorial team and editorial board as having been highly rated by referees and readers, downloaded and cited highly, and being examples of high-quality, well-executed, outstanding research."
Find out more about Measurement Science and Technology journal's highlights from 2011-12
More on NPL's work on Optical Coherence Tomography
More on NPL's work on Temperature and Humidity
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