Researchers have created an X-Ray imaging system that can capture intricate images of living creatures while using a far lower X-Ray dose than was previously achievable.
No screening test can aid in the early identification of ovarian cancer, which is the deadliest malignancy of the female reproductive system.
The latest super-resolution microscopy techniques currently approach optical resolutions of a few nanometers. This corresponds to a resolution in the region of biological molecular sizes.
Exodigo, a leading provider of non-intrusive subsurface imaging solutions, today announced the formation of its Transportation Advisory Board.
Teledyne FLIR today introduced a new 80° lens with an ultrawide field of view, designed to enable maintenance managers, engineers, and mechanical technicians to keep an eye on assets in a large target area for continuous monitoring, condition monitoring, and early intervention of developing faults.
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Second-order surface-specific nonlinear optical spectroscopy, such as sum-frequency spectroscopy, has been a valuable tool for uncovering microscopic surface and interface structures since the 1990s.
A groundbreaking algorithm has successfully tackled the challenge of microscopy resolution by employing pixel reassignment.
Holographic imaging has long grappled with unpredictable distortions in dynamic settings, making it a formidable challenge.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their colleagues have created a superconducting camera with 400,000 pixels—400 times more than any other device of its type.