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Imaging reveals secrets between pages of medieval manuscript

After being hidden for centuries, the secrets within medieval manuscripts might soon come to light.

By fusing two imaging techniques — visible hyperspectral imaging and x-ray fluorescence — an interdisciplinary team of Northwestern University researchers has developed a new, non-destructive technology that gives access to medieval texts hidden inside of ancient bookbindings. 896 more words

Everyday Science

New CureTalks program on modern forms of prostate imaging

Our next CureTalks program will be on the evolving role of imaging in the diagnosis and management of prostate cancer on Thursday, July 27, at 5:00 p.m. 119 more words


New tool allows researchers to view individual membrane molecules

Researchers have developed a fast and practical molecular-scale imaging technique that could let scientists view never-before-seen dynamics of biological processes involved in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis. 805 more words

Everyday Science

Artificial Intelligence Makes Waves in Healthcare

There’s so much more to artificial intelligence (AI) than what you’ve seen in sci-fi movies. In fact, advancements in machine learning could provide new opportunities for medical research and diagnosis. 385 more words


Scientific Scholar

We have launched a new Journal hosting system for Scientific Journals  named Scientific Scholar (https://scientificscholar.com) on 1st of July 2017.

Scientific Scholar is a scientific publishing company established in 2016 with the aim to provide easy publishing solutions. 336 more words

Easy Publishing

Angular wavenumber

A very interesting thing I re-discovered today is the angular wavenumber. Although it seems like I had understood that pretty well long back, I had forgotten quite some things about it. 183 more words

Applied Mathematics

Two poems by Polly Atkin


We can’t say for certain how long it had been there
before we found it, masked by the hulk
of the wardrobe, our own poor perception, its creeping… 520 more words