An overview of how microtomography is used in paleontology, to study the internal micro-structure of bones, teeth, fossils and more.
How micro-tomography can be used in biomedical research for sub-micron 3D imaging to study zebrafish morphology, bone densitometry, tissue, histology and more.
Using Bruker’s watershed algorithm to separate grain-based materials with X-ray micro-CT – ideal for powders, fibres, geological samples, pharmaceuticals and more.
An overview of Bruker SkyScan micro-CT applications in life science, including in vivo/ex vivo, dental and bone research.
A new method for automatic trabecular-cortical separation in micro-CT called the morphological escalator.
4D micro-CT (Micro-Computed Tomography or 3D X-ray imaging) involves imaging dynamic processes over time. This article explains step-by-step time-lapse and real-time methods, and how they can be used in geology and… read more →
How to analyse individual and multiple fibres in natural and synthetic materials using micro-CT imaging.
Introducing a new micro-CT scanner from Bruker: the Bruker SkyScan 1275 is a highly automated, self-optimising desktop micro-CT system. As well as full manual functionality, the system features automated sequences that… read more →