An understanding of bird biology is the starting point for conservation efforts. 3-D reconstructions of biological structures greatly add to this understanding.
With an antenna, a laptop and some software, you can take a picture of Earth from space.
Understanding when and how neurons die is an important part of research on neurodegenerative diseases like Lou Gehrig’s, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
What did Mercury look like as BepiColombo swung by?
A new tool for seeing hotspots in the brain could help doctors detect neurological disorders.
Australia’s only sea lion species is endangered and continues to decline. A new non-invasive monitoring technique could help to identify the causes and better inform conservation strategies.
Whether at a family gathering or in a research lab, getting access to images immediately was a game-changer. And Land’s innovations went far beyond the instant photo.
Single-pixel cameras, multi-sensor imaging and quantum technologies will change the way we take photos.
Take a look at some of the amazing neuroscience images out of the Queensland Brain Institute this year.
Reducing health-care waste relating to unnecessary tests has been a major priority for researchers, governments and health services for decades. But how do we change the behaviour of doctors?
Infrared cameras are the technology of choice for detecting gas leaks across the US. New research shows that these cameras can be quite inaccurate, and leaks can persist without being detected.
Pairing more powerful computers with increasingly sensitive scanners can yield many benefits in medicine and other fields.
Harm doesn’t just come in the form of side-effects or further testing. The “cons” of any treatment also include the costs, which can be financial, emotional, and the costs of the individual’s time.
To see around a corner, all you need is a camera that can detect light at 100,000 billionths of a second.
Using fluorescent dye, researchers figured out how to turn cells into lasers – with applications for cell tagging and tracking as well as medical diagnoses and therapies.
Drones have a positive role to play on the African continent, from delivering medicines to fighting poaching and even giving visitors to game parks a head-up on where to spot the game.
First found in jellyfish, but now inserted into all kinds of organisms, GFPs illuminate biological structures and processes that researchers otherwise couldn’t see.
Real-time, ultra-fast, high-resolution imaging has come a step closer. A team, led by researchers at the University of Melbourne…
A non-invasive technique that uses thermal imaging to detect “brown fat” could be a new tool to help manage obesity. Heat-seeking…
A chip focussing cells in a single stream to create three-dimensional images of that cell promises greater diagnostic speed…