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Scientists could save thousands with student’s DIY microscope

Expensive tests for measuring everything from sperm motility to cancer diagnosis have just been made hundreds of thousands of pounds cheaper by a PhD student from… 466 more words


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The surprising dangers of CT scans and X-rays:

When James Duncan, M.D., a radiologist at Washington University in St. 262 more words

Infusion Nursing

"Scan to Grid get rid" - Grids of Levels with #Topcon ScanMaster

“Mag to Grid get Rid” was the aide-memoire that my father used to use when I was learning to use Map and Compass.  For those of us in this day and age that need to pare down our Scan data then you can tweak this and say “Scan to Grid get rid”, because that is exactly what we are going to do to enable us to use our information rich point clouds to communicate… 290 more words


Flip Flop

Another night, another lesson learned, the hard way.

A good, clear sky on Saturday meant the prospect of a long and productive imaging session before the frost came down.  919 more words

Deep Sky Objects

Helping Students Better Understand Nuclear Medicine with PTC Mathcad

At the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), Dr. Barry Pointon teaches nuclear medicine technology to students who hope one day to work in hospitals and clinics. 622 more words

Surfing Brainwaves with EEG: A Classic Tool for Recording Temporal Brain Dynamics

Pictures are powerful tools for illustrating quantitative data and capturing public interest.  Each year, NASA releases many beautiful images of Martian dunes and distant nebulae which help win public funding.   511 more words

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