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Enhanced Resolution for Biomedical Ultrasound Imaging

 

Prof. Oelze from the University of Illinois has developed a novel technique of processing ultrasound images which will improve the spatial resolution by a factor...

Computational Improvements for Optical Coherence Tomography

 

Dr. Boppart from the University of Illinois has developed new computational algorithms to improve Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) imaging. This will provide...

New Tomographic Reconstruction Algorithms for Faster CT Scans

 

CT scanners are gathering more data than ever, far exceeding the ability of the hardware and software to process and analyze the data and consequently slowing down...

Temperature Independent pH (TIP) Buffers for Use at Low Temperatures

 

Researchers and practitioners in university, industrial and national labs increasingly rely on low temperatures in the development and study of products. For...

FRET Based High-Throughput Screening

 

Advanced molecular imaging tools combined with investigative tools like biochemical and cell based assays have thepotential to unravel complex molecular processes...

Therapeutic Scheme for Human Basigin

 

Cancer researchers are focusing their efforts on identifying central pathways that trigger or enhance the invasiveness of tumor cells. One such target is EMMPRIN (...

Creating Super-Resolution Images using Standard Photobleaching and Blinking Movies

 

Current super-resolution microscopy techniques require special laser setups and fluorescent molecules (such as PALM and STORM) that allow the fluorophores to be...

Computed Pathology: Stain-Free Computational Imaging

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a method of stain-free chemical imaging to highlight the morphology and molecular content of biological...

Electronic Tuning Of Site Selectivity For Complex Molecule Synthesis

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a method for selectively derivatizing complex natural molecules such as Amphotericin B. The technology...

Novel Use for Personal Glucose Meters

 

University of Illinois researchers have identified a new use for hand-held glucose meters to detect a variety of new disorders. By measuring the concentration of a...

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