The human eyes encompass incredible natural abilities, including an exceptionally wide field of view, and high resolution married with low distortion capabilities. Almost impossible to synthetically recreate in their entirety … Continue Reading World’s first spherical artificial eye with 3D retina developed.
At the inception of human evolution, a symbiotic bacterial parasite was acquired and incorporated as part of the body. Consequently, a million years on this parasite is now known as … Continue Reading Orally-ingestible pill tests the microbiome at any stage of the gastrointestinal tract.
When a person looks at an object, each eye sees it from a slightly different angle and sends those binocular-based pictures back to the brain. The differences between the two … Continue Reading Neurons responsible for 3D vision identified.
Scientists have many tools at their disposal for looking at preserved tissue under a microscope in incredible detail, or peering into the living body at lower resolution. What they haven’t … Continue Reading Researchers develop first technique for viewing cells and tissues in 3D under the skin.
In humans, the surgical removal of an ovary or ovaries is most often performed due to diseases such as ovarian cysts or cancer, or in conjunction with hysterectomy. In the … Continue Reading 3D-printed ovary bioprosthesis restores fertility in mice.
It is known that cancer cells don’t live on glass slides, yet the vast majority of images related to cancer biology come from the cells being photographed on flat, two-dimensional … Continue Reading New 3D- imaging provides unprecedented views of cancer in it’s natural environment.
Thousands of women are living with ovarian cancer in Canada. It is estimated that this year, 2,800 Canadian women will be newly diagnosed with this disease. Even though ovarian cancer … Continue Reading Researchers discover new molecule responsible for ovarian cancer proliferation and drug resistance.
Columbia University Medical Center researchers have devised a way to replace the knee’s protective lining, called the meniscus, using a personalized 3D-printed implant, or scaffold, infused with human growth factors … Continue Reading Researchers develop regenerative medical approach with 3d printed meniscus.
A study using intricate fiber dissection techniques provides new insights into the deep anatomy of the human brainstem and helps to define safe entry zones for neurosurgeons performing brainstem surgery, … Continue Reading Neurosurgeons map 3d microsurgical entry points for the human brainstem in unprecedented detail.
Researchers at the RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center, together with collaborators from the University of Tokyo, have developed a method that combines tissue decolorization and light-sheet fluorescent microscopy to take extremely … Continue Reading Scientists make whole-body, 3D pathological transparent mice.
A research group from the Cluster of Excellence at the TU Dresden (CRTD) demonstrated for the first time the in vitro growth of a piece of spinal cord in three … Continue Reading Spatially, anatomically correct spinal cord grown in the lab for the first time.