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Roman MaevPhysicist Roman Maev speaks to reporters during the launch of ONtech Rapid Coatings.

New company born of UWindsor research

A company launched Tuesday will market a new way of applying powder coatings that cleans, coats, and works metal in a single operation.

Roman Maev addresses confereesUWindsor physics professor Roman Maev addresses conferees at “Analysing Art: New Technologies – New Applications,” in Canada House, the nation’s high commission in London.

Conference considers new techniques to analyze art

An international conference last month discussed the future of non-invasive technologies in conservation of artworks and the detection of forgeries.

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Roman and DmitryRoman Maev and Dmitry Gavrilov pose with their thermographic analysis equipment at the Institute for Diagnostic Imaging Research.

Physicists use high-tech methods to analyze priceless art works

Walk in to the Louvre, take a flash photo of the Mona Lisa and chances are you’ll be promptly escorted out by some rather unhappy security guards. Besides obvious copyright and security concerns, museum curators take a dim view of light from flashbulbs hitting the priceless art works for which they’re responsible.