I came across this list of companies pioneering radiology technology in United States. Hope, this link is helpful.
Its amazing to see that Moths’ eyes can inspire the the development of nanoscale materials that could reduce radiation dosages received by patients being X-rayed and improve the resolution of the resulting images.
A new technology developed at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) can now automate and standardize the process of collecting whole-brain images in lesser time.
2011 has been an amazing year for scientific discoveries. From all the innovations, over-hyped findings and controversial studies, I’d love to consider the brain chips and implants, they have to be my favorites.
Medical imaging is a very popular specialization of biomedical engineering, the Internet is a great place to find helpful information about a career in radiology.
Its amazing to see a nearly dead webOS-based system able to help doctors to conduct interventional MRI procedures.
It was my first class today for BME 513 course at University of Southern California, when my instructor Prof. Vasilis Z. Marmarelis explained about his breakthrough invention to detect breast cancer lesions. Here is an article, highlighting the points discussed in those 5 minutes of his talk about his massive 11 year long research.
I came across an article in The Washington Post, which highlights the application of CT scan as a method to reconstruct the faces of the unidentified victims in cold cases. Now, isn’t this innovative ?
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is already well established in medical imaging. Its basically a interferometric method for optical signal acquisition and processing. How about microOCT technology ? Lets explore it…