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University of Leicester develops pioneering X-ray technique to analyze ancient artifacts

(University of Leicester) Leicester leads an international team to develop new method for conducting materials analysis on historical objects.
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A pioneering X-ray technique that can analyse artefacts of any shape or texture in a non-destructive way has been developed by an international team of researchers led by the University of Leicester.

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