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Imaging. Archives - Science and Engineering

Boosting Blood Flow

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How Machine Learning is helping researchers develop medical implants We talk to Dr. Peter Vincent about the various applications of computational fluid dynamics and machine learning in medicine and treatment – from Diabetes to Cardiovascular Disease. Visit The Times website for the article mentioned in this video: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/implant-may-offer-kidney-patients-easier-dialysis-jbk6cg0tq  

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Protecting Patients

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Protecting Patients: early disease detection at Guy’s Hospital Join Prof. Julia Schnabel, one of the doctors and staff at King’s College London/Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital to hear about how new MRI imaging techniques and collaborative research are helping to prevent and diagnose lung cancer, heart disease and other health challenges.

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Spotlight On: Facility for Imaging by Light Microscopy

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Each month we post a new edition to the SES 'Spotlight On...' series, showcasing equipment at our institutions, providing information and case studies for interested researchers/industries, and promoting better use of already available equipment. The Facility for Imaging by Light Microscopy (FILM) at Imperial College London uses the latest equipment in light microscopy to observe living cells, tissues or materials. The facility provides access to state-of-the-art microscopy equipment and all training and assistance required for the whole range of light microscopy, from basic observations with transmitted light to multi-photon fluorescence and super-resolution microscopy. In addition to microscopy equipment, the facility also provide access to software and expertise in image...
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Spotlight On: KPMG Data Observatory

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Each month we post a new edition to the SES 'Spotlight On...' series, showcasing equipment at our institutions, providing information and case studies for interested researchers/industries, and promoting better use of already available equipment. The KPMG Data Observatory is a research tool for visually observing and making sense of large amounts of data in a collaborative immersive environment. Physically the Observatory is a 6m diameter circular video wall consisting of 64 screens and over 40 computers. With a combined resolution of 132 million pixels the observatory provides high fidelity display of research data for collaborative discussion. The observatory contains a full surround sound...
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