Donna J. Dean and Brenda J. Korte
Advances in bioimaging and bioengineering are changing our views on everything from how the brain develops to how to treat cancer. The U.S. Congress created the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering to serve as a base for researchers in a number of related cutting-edge fields.
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