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Scientists use Doppler to treat infections and improve lives like never before

We’re getting all “science-y” on this morning’s Indy Style.

Randy chats with Dr. Nolte, a professor of Physics and Astronomy at Purdue University. Listen to their chat, as Dr. Nolte explains how a Doppler, used to peek inside air masses to predict the weather, can also peer inside living cells, giving him insight into intracellular activity, metabolism, and pathogenicity.

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