Novel imaging technique provides quick and high-resolution images

Written by Heather Jones (Future Science Group)

New imaging technique

A new technique developed by scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT; MA, USA) could be used to produce high-quality, deep tissue imaging of living subjects at speed, with the potential for a powerful impact on research in biology and neuroscience. Details of the novel imaging technique are published in Science Advances. Until now, microscopists have had to choose between image quality and speed when examining the inner workings of complex biological systems such as the brain. However, Dushan Wadduage, a Fellow at the FAS Center of Advanced Imaging (MA, USA), along with a team from MIT, has developed a...

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