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Cassini Spots Mosaic Of Extraterrestrial Seas
The Cassini space probe, exploring Saturn and her moons, has revealed extraordinary lakes and seas of liquid methane around the north pole of Titan.
How Scientists Could Watch Brain Chemicals Through The Skull
One team is trying to develop a non-invasive way of tracking neurotransmitters as they move through a living brain.
Sugar Syrup Makes Internal Organs Transparent
A new lab technique helps scientists study cells inside entire organs or embryos.
This Lensless Camera Is Never Out Of Focus
It creates images using only a fraction of the data a normal camera would.
Scientists Capture All The Neurons Firing Across A Fish’s Brain On Video
It's like brain fireworks.
For the First Time, X-Ray Video Looks Inside Live Working Batteries
Powerful X-ray images are showing for the first time what happens inside a working battery as it discharges power, and...
World’s Fastest Camera Photographs Cells in Action to Catch Cancer
Its speed is measured in frames per picosecond
A Programmer Uses Kinect To Make Striking Distorted Images
Plus: two more strange Kinect projects
Scientists Create the Smallest Possible Five-Ringed Molecule, Photograph It, and Call It Olympicene
While most people end up crafting stick figures in boring meetings, Graham Richards of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)...
Make a High-Res 3-D Image of Just About Anything Anywhere, Using MIT’s New Gel
Two MIT researchers have cracked some fundamental problems with high resolution 3-D imaging using a novel gelatinous interface and computer-vision...