About Human Photonics Laboratory (HPL)
The goal of the Human Photonics Laboratory (HPL) at the University of Washington (Seattle) is to advance the frontier of optical technology in the areas of cancer detection and treatment.
About Amira & Avizo 3D Software
Amira and Avizo are high-performance 3D software for visualizing, analyzing, and understanding scientific and industrial data coming from all types of sources and modalities.
Images and text are courtesy of HPL
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