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Splitting water: Nanoscale imaging yields key insights

20-Jul-2018

In the quest to realize artificial photosynthesis to convert sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into fuel - just as plants do - researchers need to not only identify materials to efficiently perform photoelectrochemical water splitting, but also to understand why a certain material may or may ...

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Simpler interferometer can fine tune even the quickest pulses of light

16-Jul-2018

If you want to get the greatest benefit from a beam of light - whether to detect a distant planet or remedy an aberration in the human eye - you need to be able to measure its beam front information. Now a University of Rochester research team has devised a much simpler way to measure beams of ...

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Making data matter

A multimaterial, voxel-printing method turns imaging datasets into physical objects

13-Jun-2018

The world is awash in digital images, from photographs to x-rays to computer models to 3D scans. The advent of 3D printing has made it possible to take imaging data and print it into physical representations, but the process of doing so has been prohibitively time-intensive and costly. A new data ...

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From medical imaging to 3D modelling

3D printing technique enables faster, better, and cheaper models of patient-specific medical data

31-May-2018

What if you could hold a physical model of your own brain in your hands, accurate down to its every unique fold? That question moved Steven Keating, Ph.D., who had a baseball-sized tumor removed from his brain at age 26 while he was a graduate student at the MIT. By collecting his imaging data he ...

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Histology in 3D

New staining method enables Nano-CT imaging of tissue samples

26-Feb-2018

To date, examining patient tissue samples has meant cutting them into thin slices for histological analysis. This might now be set to change – thanks to a new staining method devised by an interdisciplinary team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM). This allows specialists to investigate ...

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New insights into how your brain keeps its balance

23-Jan-2018

As with all things in life, healthy brain function depends on a balance of forces. We think of our brains as active - moving a leg and saying a word are all "active" events. But it is just as important for our brains to be able to stop these actions -to stop our leg, and to stop our speech. But ...

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DNA study casts light on century-old mystery of how cells divide

22-Jan-2018

Scientists have solved a longstanding puzzle of how cells are able to tightly package DNA to enable healthy cell division. Their findings shed light on how single cells can compact DNA 10,000-fold to partition it between two identical cells - a process that is essential for growth, repair and ...

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Zoom in to watch DNA code being read

19-Jan-2018

Extraordinary images show one of fundamental processes of life Mechanism goes into overdrive in cancer - and could be target for new drugs Scientists have unveiled incredible images of how the DNA code is read and interpreted - revealing new detail about one of the fundamental processes of ...

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Microscope using UV instead of visible light emerging as diagnostic tool

06-Dec-2017

MUSE image of sebaceous glandA microscope using ultraviolet light to illuminate samples enables pathologists to assess high-resolution images of biopsies and other fresh tissue samples for disease within minutes, without requiring the time-consuming preparation of conventional slides or ...

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Visible signals from brain and heart

New sensor measures calcium concentrations deep inside tissue

01-Dec-2017

Key processes in the body are controlled by the concentration of calcium in and around cells. A team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Helmholtz Zentrum München have developed the first sensor molecule that is able to visualize calcium in living animals with the help of a ...

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