Biomedical imaging and sensing technologies have been rapidly developing and expanding in a variety of fields in medicine and biology. This book, containing 11 chapters, explores new horizons in bioimaging from the molecular and cellular level to the human brain. The target audience for this book is mainly medicine and biology students, and all those interested in imaging tools, such as magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic particle imaging and near-infrared spectroscopic imaging.
Review by Christian Brosseau, OSA Fellow and professor of physics, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, France.
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