Open-source PET program launched

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Researchers from sensL and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have jointly developed an open-source PET program, compatible with a variety of detectors, which will be freely available to professionals and organizations within the medical imaging field.

The openPET program incorporates sensL's solid-state light detectors and readout system with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s back-end electronics. The concept mimics the open-source software in the software industry.

The Cork, Ireland-based sensL is a low-light detector solution provider. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif., is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy.