Thursday 11th August 2022

Category: 3D imaging

“Robot Spider” Used To Map 3D Imaging Of The Naracoorte Caves

[ad_1] 3D mapping of the Naracoorte Caves. Credit: Matthew King LinkedIn A group of students from the University of Adelaide have built a 3D scan of the Naracoorte Caves using a “robot spider”.  Th...

November 5th, 2021 by

New Studies Enable a Clearer View Inside Cells

[ad_1] To fully understand how cells work, scientists need to know how their moving parts relate to one another in space and time. However, because of their size and the amount of data involved, vi...

November 4th, 2021 by

3D scans help the RCMP preserve and enhance facial reconstructions of unidentified remains

[ad_1] OTTAWA, ON, Nov. 4, 2021 /CNW/ – Last year, the RCMP joined forces on an initiative to reconstruct the faces of 15 unidentified Canadian human remains. Once this was completed, returni...

November 4th, 2021 by

All is not what it seems in the messy world of research

[ad_1] The study used two methods to measure T1 relaxation constants in phantoms on different MR machines.2 The reference standard was an inversion recovery pulse sequence and the second sequence w...

November 4th, 2021 by

A new dimension in magnetism and superconductivity launched

[ad_1] An international team of scientists from Austria and Germany has launched a new paradigm in magnetism and superconductivity, putting effects of curvature, topology, and 3D geometry into the ...

November 3rd, 2021 by