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The lipid-exchanged, anatomically rigid, imaging/immunostaining compatible, tissue hydrogel (CLARITY) method was initially designed in 2013 by Chung and Deisseroth at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Using this process, post-mortem organs can be labeled for proteins and nucleic acids, enabling analysis of intact samples to create detailed 3D images.
Miniature spectroscopic instruments and software to look at changes that occur within the cells and tissue of the brain

Miniature spectroscopic instruments and software to look at changes that occur within the cells and tissue of the brain

Violence, sex, and profanity increased significantly in movies between 1992 and 2003

Violence, sex, and profanity increased significantly in movies between 1992 and 2003

Atkins responds to recent attacks from industry-funded groups

Atkins responds to recent attacks from industry-funded groups

American alchohol abuse continues to rise

American alchohol abuse continues to rise

BMA warns medical training reforms still inadequate

BMA warns medical training reforms still inadequate

3-D micro-imaging technology licensed to Carl Zeiss Jena by Cornell

3-D micro-imaging technology licensed to Carl Zeiss Jena by Cornell

New technology gives neurosurgeons real-time images in the operating room

New technology gives neurosurgeons real-time images in the operating room

British GPs will be able to charge overseas visitors

British GPs will be able to charge overseas visitors