New mass spectral imaging maps cell composition in 3D at over 100x resolution

Posted in Medicine on 16th Dec, 2015
by Alex Muller

This may allow for analysis of new medications, identify sources of pathogens, or investigate ways to overcome antibiotic resistance.

Noninvasive imaging method can look twice as deep inside the living brain

Posted in Science on 21st Oct, 2015
by Alex Muller

This new optical coherence tomography (OCT) approach to brain study may allow for examining vascular changes in the deep brain.

Ultra-high-res nondestructive 3D imaging of cells with ultrasound

Posted in Science on 21st Apr, 2015
by Alex Muller

A team of researchers reports the first known nondestructive 3D scan of a single biological cell using a form of 'picosecond' ultrasound.

Expanding the brain achieves super-resolution with ordinary microscopes

Posted in Science on 17th Jan, 2015
by Alex Muller

A way to make a brain expand to four and a half times its usual size, allowing structures to appear sharp with an ordinary microscope.

PlanetTech News interviews neuroscientist Dr. Kenneth Hayworth

Posted in Interviews on 26th Nov, 2014
by Alex Muller

In this exclusive Interview, PlanetTech News digs deeper into the future of brain preservation, cryonics, mind uploading and neuroscience.