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News and Events

Some highlights from recent years.




μ-VIS connects leaders of academia with 3D images

μ-VIS engages leaders in academia with 3D images




μ-VIS and Bone & Joint Group at the Great British Bioscience Festival

μ-VIS and the Bone and Joint Research Group held a collaborative stand at the Great British Bioscience Festival, engaging with over 6000 visitors.




High-resolution synchrotron imaging of wheat root hairs growing in soil

The first ever 3D image of live wheat root hairs in soil, imaged using synchrotron x-ray computer tomography (Keyes et al (2013)).




Engineering technology reveals secrets of Roman coins

Archaeologists and engineers from the University of Southampton are collaborating with the British Museum to examine buried Roman coins using the latest X-ray imaging technology.




Launch event and workshop on X-ray tomography & image analysis at the µ-VIS Centre.

Launch event and workshop on X-ray tomography at the µ-VIS Centre. Workshop talks are now available online.




The Dorset Pliosaur fossil innermost secrets revealed

BBC News article and recent Pliosaur unveiling at the Dorset County Museum.




Installation update, commissioning and initial trials

The 225kV system is now live. Commissioning of the 450kV hutch is ongoing. Internal launch planned for January - details to be confirmed.

 

 

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