New research outlines a method of showing how fast-acting drugs affect the brain within minutes to hours of being taken.
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Once researchers figured out the brain's patterns for tying different knots, they could predict which knot study participants would tie before they started.
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An eye scanner can detect biological aging, rather than your chronological age. It decodes the "record of how a person is aging at the molecular level."
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A new material allows for better monitoring of X-ray radiation, researchers report. That could give a boost to medical imaging or even airport security.
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A new imaging technique sends nanoparticles into living cells to reveal important information about cell structure—including how tumor cells physically change as they form a tumor.
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Researchers have shown light and sound could replace radiation to image the heart. They say the method has potential for other procedures as well.
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Cellular 'muscles' enable cells to exert forces outside of themselves and to propagate. Now, researchers have visualized their movement.
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A new tool can help pinpoint the size, shape, and location of tumors, researchers report. It solves issues with other current technologies, too.
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A new technique uses regular smartphones to make 3D face models that are accurate to the millimeter, researchers say.
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