Month: April 2019

Coherent Raman Scattering (CRS) Microscopy: A vast and growing range of applications revealed

The Workshop on Coherent Raman Scattering (CRS) Microscopy showed a clear increase in applications for the method in the fields of biology, medicine, pharma, and more. The CARS (coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering) and SRS (stimulated Raman scattering) systems from Leica Microsystems found their way into principal-investigator (PI), government, and pharma-analytics-core labs, as well as imaging …

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Is Photography Dying?

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Visualize mechanical interactions of Cancer Cells

Cancer is considered as an uncontrolled proliferation of cells that became deficient in growth regulation. A typical behavior of malignant cells when metastasizing, is the induction of nourishing features in the target tissue. This is strikingly similar to events during implantation of a fertilized ovum in placental mammals (like humans) and is used to explain …

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Zebrafish Brain – Whole Organ Imaging at High Resolution

The Link Lab at the Medical College of Wisconsin studies ocular development and disease, focusing on zebrafish models for retinal neurogenesis. Eric Clark, a Ph.D candidate in the Link Lab, sought to create a full-volume 3D image of a whole zebrafish brain approximately 750 microns in depth, and spanning an area approximate 3 millimeters in …

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Affinity in Autonomy

In a rapidly transforming technological landscape, we are developing a vision for robotics that will enrich people’s lives and society. When robots have evolved so far that we feel like they’re alive, then humans will begin to feel an affinity toward them. Affinity in Autonomy: Envisioning the relationship between humans and robotics. Source link