A Brief and Beautiful History of Neuroimaging
More than one century ago a classical scientist produced 3000 images of the brain. They still inform neuroscience today.
Digital Imaging and AI Mean Fewer Surgeries for Breast Cancer Patients
Advances in medical imaging, coupled with artificial intelligence, may obviate the need for additional surgeries.
A Supernova Was Imaged Just Three Hours After Detonation
“Those are the earliest spectra ever taken of a supernova explosion.”
Scientists Made Mice That Are See-Through, Shrunken, and Glow in the Dark
This new technique gives scientists a whole new perspective on the body's insides.
An Image Processing Trick Shows Mars in Unprecedented Detail
Researchers bring features on the Martian surface into sharper focus—including what looks like the long-lost Beagle 2 lander.
A Next-Generation Gamma Ray Telescope Could Help Image the Guts of Mount Etna
It could offer an early-warning for those beneath one of Earth's most active volcanoes.
Caught on Camera: A Fruit Fly's Whole Nervous System
Scientists tested the new method in fruit fly larvae, and hope it could help shine a light on how the brain and central nervous system work together.
New Technology Lets Scientists See the Brain with Nanoscale Resolution
A new brain imaging tool allows researchers to probe into every nook and cranny of the brain.
This Is What Your Heart Looks Like in High Definition and Real-Time
New software is offering clearer noninvasive cardiovascular tests than ever before.
Watch the First 3D Scan of This Ancient Monkey Brain Spin Endlessly in Neon
Today, in science-goes-vaporwave.
With Two New Satellites, Canada's Space Station Camera Company is Getting Huge
The acquisition is the third in a string of big announcements from UrtheCast this month, which is trying to establish itself as a key player in the growing earth imaging industry.
This Gold Nano-Slinky Is a Cancer-Detecting Hyperlens
The future-optics that may one day save your life.