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High-tech Method Allows Rapid Imaging of Functions in Living Brain

These images show fast functional photoacoustic microscopy of the mouse brain. Figure (d, left) shows a representative x-y projected brain vasculature image through an intact skull. Figure (e) shows a representative enhanced x-z projected brain vasculature image. Figure (f) shows photoacoustic…

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To Stop Cancer: Block Its Messages

Cancer cells, left, were pretreated with a drug that blocks the ERK signal, and right, without the pretreatment. Top cells are untreated, while the bottom ones are stimulated. Credit: Weizmann Institute of Science

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Only 1 of 32 Hockey Helmets Tested Earn 3-star Rating

Stefan Duma, head of Virginia Tech's Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanic and the Harry Wyatt Professor in Engineering, has spearheaded research in injury biomechanics within athletics, military combat, and vehicular crashes for more than a decade. Credit: Virginia Tech

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Only 1 of 32 Hockey Helmets Tested Earn 3-star Rating

The Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics Helmet Team includes, from left, assistant professor Steve Rowson, doctoral student Bethany Rowson, professor and department head Stefan Duma, master's student Abi Zadnik, doctoral student Bryan Cobb, and research engineer Craig McNally. Credit: Virginia…

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Oxygen Therapy in COPD Patients Is Associated with Burn Injury

Senior Author Alex Duarte is a professor in UTMB's internal medicine division of pulmonary critical care and sleep medicine. Credit: University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

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Good Luck And the Chinese Reverse Global Forest Loss

This image shows the greening of savannas in Australia, South America and Africa has helped reverse global forest loss. Credit: CSIRO Science Images

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Researchers Develop New Potential Drug for Rare Leukemia

This is Jolanta Grembecka, Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. Credit: University of Michigan Health System

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Researchers Develop New Potential Drug for Rare Leukemia

This image shows Tomasz Cierpicki, Ph.D., and Jolanta Grembecka, Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. Credit: University of Michigan Health System

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Researchers Develop New Potential Drug for Rare Leukemia

This is Tomasz Cierpicki, Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. Credit: University of Michigan Health System

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Setting a Dinner Table for Wildlife Can Affect Their Risk of Disease

House finches that aggregate at bird feeders have been affected by a bacterial eye disease in recent decades. Credit: Andy Davis/University of Georgia

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Direct Evidence for a Positive Feedback in Climate Change

This movie is titled 'State space reconstruction: Time series and dynamic systems'. Credit: Geroge Sugihara, Robert May, Hao Ye, Chih-hao Hsieh, Ethan Deyle, Mike Fogarty and Stephan Munch

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Super Sensitive Measurement of Magnetic Fields

Professor Eugene Polzik is in the quantum optics laboratory, where the research group has carried out experiments that improve the measurements of ultra-small magnetic fields. In order to get an accurate measurement of the ultra-small magnetic fields, they have devised a…

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