Scientists at Yale seek new ways to peer more deeply into the human body.
From dead cells to live movies
An up-close look at super-high-resolution microscopy, which has advanced cell biology by offering real-time glimpses of what one scientist calls "cellular fireworks."
Can brain scans reveal how we think?
The debate in neuroscience over the mind and the brain: Can scientists determine your political, moral, or philosophical leanings based on an fMRI scan of your brain?
Inside the toolbox
Core imaging facilities at the School of Medicine provide access to new technologies.
A new vision in the lab and in the clinic
How a neurosurgeon, a diagnostic radiologist, and a urologist use new imaging techniques.
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