Dynamic cell tracking is a fundamental requirement for modeling cellular interactions during organ formation, such as the heart.
A wearable optical device for early detection of hemorrhage during labor or after childbirth has been developed by scientists.
Across the globe, schistosomiasis is considered a parasitic disease affecting millions and it poses a considerable public health and economic burden, especially in impoverished regions.
According to a study published in Radiology, new CT technology enables a thorough, concurrent evaluation of lung anatomy and function, something that is not feasible with regular CT.
Tau aggregates have been a notable form of amyloid protein and hence have turned into a main focus of research for unveiling the mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration.
At the little-explored intersection of organic and inorganic chemistry, a new material made could not only allow highly powerful solar panels but could also guide the next generation of cancer treatments.
Internal body imaging requires miniscule cameras for obvious reasons. But tiny sensors tend to result in blurry images.
Smiths Detection, a global leader in threat detection and security screening technologies, today announces that it has launched the HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX Model S, a smaller footprint version of its successful, security operator preferred, Computed Tomography (CT) passenger checkpoint scanner.
Whether the goal is to perform medical imaging for dermatology or wound care purposes, or to collect data for biometric applications, there is a critical need to collect the images of the human body in a precise, repeatable, and high-quality manner.
A rapid, inexpensive, non-invasive screening technology could assist in hastening the process of eradicating malaria, one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, according to experts who created it.