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The microscopy market is growing – set to exceed $5 billion by 2018 – even as microscopic targets get smaller and smaller.
The microscopy market is trending upward – and the technology is continually allowing researchers to see things on… Read more →
A new microscopy method could enable scientists to generate snapshots of dozens of different biomolecules at once in a single human cell, a team from the Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University reported in Nature Methods.… Read more →
Millions of people each year remove wrinkles, soften creases and plump up their lips by injecting a gel-like material into their facial tissue. These cosmetic procedures are sometimes called “liquid facelifts” and are said to be minimally invasive.
It’s rare,… Read more →
A new brain-imaging technique enables people to ‘watch’ their own brain activity in real time and to control or adjust function in pre-determined brain regions. The study from the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital — The Neuro, McGill University and… Read more →
New understanding of secondary light emission by plasmonic nanostructures could lead to improvements in medical imaging.
Work by materials scientists and engineers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign presents an alternate description of secondary light emission from plasmonic nanostructures,… Read more →
Morning Session Talks from some of the leading 3D imaging facilities open to Imperial researchers, including Prof. Peter Lee (co-Director of the Manchester X-ray Imaging Facility (MXIF) at Diamond).
Buffet lunch and poster session Open to all attendees (apply for… Read more →
Shaihan is working on Direct Signal Control (DSC) concepts for which he won the ISMRM Young Investigator Award in 2012 and received an EPSRC fellowship in 2013.
Special CNT seminar
This seminar will present work carried out using the first… Read more →