These images could be a lot more than 100.

‘These images could be a lot more than 100,000 times higher resolution when compared to a scientific MRI scan,’ said G. Allan Johnson, Duke’s Charles E. Putman Distinguished Professor of radiology and professor of biomedical engineering and physics . He is first writer of a written report describing the innovations set for publication in the comprehensive research journal NeuroImage. Notice online at Images on the website for Duke’s Middle for In Vivo Microscopy which Johnson directs, reveal types of these innovations in action.