The Revolution CT* scanner is one of many devices designed by GE engineers to improve healthcare, advance medical knowledge and fix “broken” hearts. Read more at GE Reports.
* Sorry, you can’t get one this Valentine’s Day to win over your sweetheart or diagnose a broken heart. Revolution is 510(k) pending at FDA and not available for sale in the U.S. Not yet CE market, not available for sale in all regions.
GE CT imaging technology is useful even outside a clinical setting. For example, it’s been used several times to find out how ancient mummies lived and died, and once to determine the cause of death of a baby woolly mammoth.
Each year GE Healthcare hosts a cell imaging competition calling on researchers to submit the most compelling images from their research. These images are all runner-ups in this year’s competition. Head to GE Healthcare to see more and vote for your favorite.
These images were singled out in past years in the GE Healthcare Cell Imaging Competition. Entries for the 2013 competition are being accepted through October 15th, so stay tuned for another showcase of beautiful cells from researchers around the world. In the meantime, click through the photos to learn more about how each image was sequenced.
A microscopic view of cancer cells, generated by scientists researching new caner treatments with the help of GE Healthcare’s IN Cell Analyzer system. This week we launch the third annual GetFit program, focusing on the healthy lifestyle choices that help prevent cancer. Visit GE-GetFit.com to lean more.