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Squid ink provides new dental imaging technology

Improving the accuracy of dental imaging helps patients to receive optimal care. A new imaging method has an unusual material source: squid ink. This helps to improve the clarity and contrast for gum disease inspections.

Algorithm repairs corrupted digital images

Bethesda - University of Maryland researchers have devised a technique exploits the power of artificial neural networks to tackle multiple types of flaws and degradations in a single image in one go.

Digital brain imaging identifies ‘suicidal thoughts’

Advances with digital brain imaging can help medical professionals identify people with major depression who appear to have suicidal thoughts, enabling medical care to be delivered more speedily.

Digitalization is helping rural health services

Digital photography is helping patients to show how they feel in relation to their treatment plans. This process could significantly aid rural healthcare.

Zebras don't use their stripes for camouflage, new study reports

It's a question that has intrigued scientists for decades: "Why do zebras have stripes?" Thanks to a recent study, we may now be much closer to the answer.

Starbucks sued over hidden bathroom camera

Washington - A Virginia family has sued the Starbucks Coffee chain after finding a camera hidden under the bathroom sink and pointed at a toilet. The incident has joined a list of 'Peeping Tom' cases that have targeted Starbucks with coffee shop voyeurism.
 

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