Ultrasound

12.08.15
Researchers use ultrasound to activate cancer-killing drugs
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Researchers use ultrasound to activate cancer-killing drugs

Sound waves can 'pop' nanobubbles to release drugs into hard-to-access liver tumors.

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11.09.15
Doctors breach the blood-brain barrier for the first time
11.09.15

Doctors breach the blood-brain barrier for the first time

According to researchers, guiding medicine directly into the brain could revolutionize neurological therapies.

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09.16.15
Scientists control a worm's brain cells using sound waves
09.16.15

Scientists control a worm's brain cells using sound waves

Scientists at the Salk Institute have used ultrasonic waves to control a worm's brain cells.

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07.17.15
Ultrasound can help wounds heal faster
07.17.15

Ultrasound can help wounds heal faster

University of Sheffield researchers found that sound waves can encourage wounds to heal faster than usual.

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07.15.15
Ultrasound technology captures life-like heart images
07.15.15

Ultrasound technology captures life-like heart images

GE's new ultrasound software makes more accurate diagnosis possible even without additional testing.

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03.27.15
Laser-activated nanoparticles are coming to clear your acne
03.27.15

Laser-activated nanoparticles are coming to clear your acne

Researchers at UC Santa Barbara have developed a high-tech solution to the bane of adolescence: ac...

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02.12.15
Scientists achieve X-ray vision with safe, visible light
02.12.15

Scientists achieve X-ray vision with safe, visible light

If you think X-rays and other forms of radiation have a monopoly on penetrating opaque objects, vi...

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12.04.14
New tech uses ultrasound to create haptics you can 'see' and touch
12.04.14

New tech uses ultrasound to create haptics you can 'see' and touch

We've seen haptic feedback in mid-air before, but not quite like this. The folks from Bristol Univ...

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