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Prosthetic Limbs with a New Feeling

Published on March 22, 2014 By Matt Kaufman

Amputees often times have to make radical adjustments to understand and move forward in life without an appendage. However, scientist’s recent discovery can make the adjustment less radical because patients will be able to feel the healing process. Prosthetic limbs are now allowing patients to retain their sense of touch. Last year a man from [...]

Biophotonics: Structured-Illumination Microscopy

Published on January 18, 2013 By divosaur@gmail.com

How Structured-Illumination Microscopy Is Revolutionizing Molecular Medicine by Divya Bhaskar Though research in medicine has proliferated over the years, currently no vaccination for the H.I.V. virus exists. However, recently researchers have begun utilizing microscopes that join the technique of Structured-Illumination Microscopy (SIM) along with high-speed scientific cameras. These microscopes can produce images of moving cells [...]