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Imaging

Research Field

“Miami, We Have a Problem”

| Ruth Steer

The first quantitative evidence for CSF in spaceflight-induced ocular changes are discovered

Tools & Techniques

Guess What? (The Art of Translation)

Can you identify our four mystery images?

Tools & Techniques

Into the Patient (The Art of Translation)

Translation in action, as science and engineering turns to medicine

Tools & Techniques

Breaking Through (The Art of Translation)

New therapeutics or diagnostics in preclinical development

Tools & Techniques

Imaging Innovation (The Art of Translation)

New tools and techniques are giving us a close-up view of cells and organs

Tools & Techniques

Amazing Animals (The Art of Translation)

Incredible images of the animal models that play such a vital role in medical research

Research Field

Fantastic Voyage (The Art of Translation)

Exploring the building blocks of the body – beautiful images of life at a cellular level

Research Field

Art Meets Science (The Art of Translation)

These artists have taken their inspiration from the body – in sickness and health.

Tools & Techniques

The Art of Translation

| Charlotte Barker, William Aryitey

Science meets art, as we curate beautiful images from all corners of biomedicine

Tools & Techniques

Video of the Month

Joshua Bederson introduces an imaging system that overlays vital regions of the brain onto the microscope eyepiece during neurosurgery.

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