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  • Mechanics, chemistry and biomedical research join forces for noninvasive tissue therapy

    Jeffrey Moore, left, King Li, postdoctoral researcher Gun Kim and graduate student Abigail Halmes have collaborated to develop an ultrasound-activated synthetic molecule that can emit light deep inside biologic tissue for a variety of medical uses and therapies.

    Jeffrey Moore, left, King Li, postdoctoral researcher Gun Kim and graduate student Abigail Halmes have collaborated to develop an ultrasound-activated synthetic molecule that can emit light deep inside biologic tissue for a variety of medical uses and therapies.

    Photo by Fred Zwicky

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  • To reach Jeffrey Moore, call 217-244-5289; jsmoore@illinois.edu.

    To reach King Li, call 217-300-5700; kingli@illinois.edu.

    The paper “High-intensity focused ultrasound-induced mechanochemical transduction in synthetic elastomers” is available from the U. of I. News Bureau.