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NIBIB in the News · December 8, 2023

International effort to improve the resolution of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for studying the human brain has led to an ultra-high resolution 7 Tesla scanner.

NIBIB in the News · December 6, 2023

As cases of flu and COVID-19 start to creep up, there’s a way to get tests and treatments for both.

NIBIB in the News · December 6, 2023

Eligible adults can now receive free at-home rapid tests, telehealth sessions and at-home treatments for both COVID and influenza through a newly expanded federal government program. Source: ABCNews

NIBIB in the News · October 24, 2023

Spectral flow cytometry separates similarly emitting fluorophores and enabled Kaitlyn Sadtler to construct a 24-color rat panel for immunological analyses. Source: The Scientist

NIBIB in the News · October 19, 2023

Researchers have developed a smart phone app that can track and analyze human locomotion—the ability to move from one place to another—and other types of movements. They suggest that using the app costs only 1% of conventional motion analysis techniques and works 25 times faster. Source: NIH News

NIBIB in the News · October 12, 2023

By combining non-invasive imaging techniques, a team of investigators led by Massachusetts General have created a comprehensive cellular atlas of a region of the human brain known as Broca’s area. The methods could be used to create 3D models of particular brain areas and the entire human brain. Source: Massachusetts General Hospital/Science Daily 

NIBIB in the News · October 11, 2023

Researchers have pushed forward the boundaries of biomedical engineering one hundredfold with a new method for DNA detection with unprecedented sensitivity. Source: University of Massachusetts Amherst/Science Daily

NIBIB in the News · September 25, 2023

eMed is working with the National Institutes of Health to study what impact having more at-home tests will have in controlling spread of disease...NIH is funding the test kits and telehealth visits for 80,000 to 100,000 people who enroll in the study through June 2024. Source: Time

NIBIB in the News · September 22, 2023

Scientists have shown that their steerable lung robot can autonomously maneuver the intricacies of the lung, while avoiding important lung structures. Source: University of North Carolina Health Care/Science Daily