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Imaging Linked-Color

Linked-Color Imaging Better at Adenoma Detection

Linked-color imaging (LCI) significantly increases the detection of adenomas in screening colonoscopies compared to white-light imaging (WLI) and blue-laser imaging (BLI)–bright, according to data from 205 adults who underwent screening colonoscopies. LCI is a relatively new image-enhancement method designed to better identify adenomatous lesions by increasing the contrast of the mucosal surface, wrote Carlos E.O.…

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Imaging Thermal

Thermal Imaging Market Growing at a CAGR of 5.5% During 2021-2026

Northbrook, IL — (SBWIRE) — 09/20/2021 — According to the new market research report “Thermal Imaging Market with COVID-19 Impact and Analysis, by Product Type (Modules, Cameras, Scopes), Type (Handheld and Standstill), Technology (Cooled, Uncooled), Application, Wavelength (SWIR, MWIR, LWIR), Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2026”, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Thermal Imaging Market…

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BridgeHead Imaging

BridgeHead Enables Biomedical Imaging Centre’s Enterprise Imaging Strategy For Leading Research

The University of Aberdeen’s Biomedical Imaging Centre has successfully deployed BridgeHead’s Independent Clinical Archive, HealthStore®, to enable its scientists and clinicians to securely access and collaborate on research images anywhere in the world. ASHTEAD, UK – August 24, 2021 – The University of Aberdeen’s Biomedical Imaging Centre, a world-leading clinical research facility, has implemented BridgeHead…

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Imaging visualizes

New imaging tool visualizes cell functions in a microphysiological system

A microphysiological system (MPS), also known as an organ-on-a-chip, is a 3D organ construct using human cells that help reveal how organs respond to drugs and environmental stimuli. Now, Tohoku University researchers have developed a new analytical method that visualizes cell functions in MPS using scanning probe microscopy (SPM). SPM differs from optical microscopy since…

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Imaging Spatiotemporal

Spatiotemporal imaging of 2D polariton wave packet dynamics using free electrons

Imaging polariton dynamicsTwo-dimensional (2D) materials can confine light to volumes much shorter than the wavelength, and, together, the long propagation lengths make them attractive materials for developing nanophotonic platforms. Characterizing the spatiotemporal control of 2D polariton wave packets has been hindered for the same reasons that make their potential applications exciting: They have extremely small…

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Imaging Realtime

Realtime imaging of female gamete formation in plants

Development of the female gamete was observed over 20 hours, clearly showing the division of the nuclei and formation of the egg, central and synergid cells. Credit: Issey Takahashi Scientists from Nagoya University, Yokohama City University and Chubu University have developed a system which enables the live imaging of the formation of the female gamete…

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faster Imaging

Faster imaging in rubber X-ray CT imaging helps tires become smarter and more efficient

A schematic of high-speed 4D-CT imaging system & resulting 3D image of rubber failure in progress. Credit: Tohoku University Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd (SRI) and Tohoku University teamed up to increase the speed of 4-Dimensional Computed Tomography (4D-CT) a thousand-fold, making it possible to observe rubber failure in tires in real-time. This breakthrough will accelerate…