Portable Brain Imaging
Date: Saturday, August 27 @ 05:14:12 BST
Topic: Medical


method that is based on both optical and mechanical techniques can capture images of the brain and replace traditional fluorescence microscopy. The device used in the process is small enough to fit into the palm of your hand. This research from Stanford University can be found in the September 1st 2005 issue of Optics Letters.
"New portable device captures pictures beneath the living brain's surface - Researchers at Stanford University have demonstrated a promising, minimally invasive optical technique that can capture micron-scale images from deep in the brains of live subjects."
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