A new diagnostic innovation powered by artificial intelligence could empower surgeons to make more accurate and effective clinical decisions for colon cancer patients.
Non-invasive imaging technology reveals how radiation exposure in the brain, particularly early in life, damages delicate brain tissue.
Scientists develop a technique for performing advanced infrared microscopy using off-the-shelf cameras built for visible light.
A*STAR researchers have developed a new molecular imaging technique that enables the study of tissue physiology at ultra-high resolution.
A novel method for designing fluorescent probes improves imaging of complex molecules in live cells
The pursuit of microscopic drugs that can be tracked as they fight cancer is a step closer
of photoacoustic and magnetic resonance imaging gives clear images of blood flow
and oxygenation status in brain tumor tissue
Newly detected ‘energy-clustering’ structures inside rare-earth nanoparticles generate intense violet light, which is ideal for studying photon-induced transformations
Nanoparticles with a core–shell structure can minimize the overheating of cells during bioimaging experiments