Marie Skłodowska Curie died of aplastic anaemia on 4 July 1934, a result of years of exposure to radiation through her work. Even today her laboratory notebook from 1899-1902, is radioactive and will be for 1,500 years. Marie Skłodowska Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the first person to win two Nobel [...]
Agfa has been working closely with University of Cambridge - The Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital for a number of years and recently they upgraded their Agfa CR with 3x Agfa DR Retrofits. The solution allows the Hospital to benefit from increased productivity and high image quality at low dose, in an instant, while using their existing X-ray [...]
We’re pleased that the first DR600 Room installation at Hull Royal Infirmary was a success. The room is now clinical and patients and staff alike are enjoying the benefits. Our sincere thanks go to Ann McFadyen, Beverly Tweed, Deborah Cook and Liz Crook at HRI in supporting the vision to upgrade to full Agfa DR X-ray [...]
We call them man’s best friend for a reason. Did you know that having a dog offers you myriad benefits at any age or stage of life? It’s true, and there’s research that backs it up. Let’s look at 102 benefits of having a dog. Read more, here.
This FLFS Experience attracted attention on our Agfa Booth at the Colombian Congress of Radiology in Cartagena - Colombia. Our DR systems powered with #EasyStitch make FLFS easier and more accurate. Our EasyStitch Technology minimizes distortions for high-precision imaging.
Nearly 25,000 people participated the open days of the chemical and life sciences this past weekend. Some 50 companies and institutions from the chemical and pharmaceutical sector in Belgium exceptionally opened their doors under the motto "Your Future Starts Here". Visitors were introduced to the many pioneering and sustainable innovations in the sector through guided tours, [...]