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Snapshots of Life: Seeing, from Eye to Brain

Credit: Xueting Luo and Kevin Park, University of Miami

Fasten your seat belts! We’re going to fly through the brain of a mouse. Our tour guide is Kevin Park, an NIH-funded neuroscientist at the University of Miami, who has developed a unique method to visualize neurons in an intact brain. 547 more words

Science

Case 23: Jaundice - expert comment by Dr Bharat Paranandi

Thanks to everyone who contributed to the discussions about Kenny Cheung a 48 year old man who had jaundice.

This week’s question setter and expert was  2,215 more words

Investigation

Max Planck scientists image a beating heart in 3D.

Until recently, available microscopes were too slow to capture a beating heart in 3D. Now, a team from the Max Planck Institute has developed a high-speed, selective plane illumination microscope that manages to do just that. 296 more words

Healthinnovations

From physicsworld.com: "New medical probe combines sound and electromagnetic induction"


physicsworld.com

Jul 22, 2014
Tim Wogan

The Lorentz force combined with acoustic shear waves could help doctors detect dangerous diseases, say researchers in France. The team has shown that the electromagnetic force could create oscillations in living tissue, producing shear waves that can be detected to reveal the tissue’s elasticity. 780 more words

Applied Research & Technology

3D Dental Imaging Arrives at Assure a Smile, Miami


Dental technologies just keep getting better and better. Today, new 3D dental imaging systems are making it safer and healthier to see what’s going on inside a patient’s mouth. 86 more words