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MicroCT from zoology to pathology

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MicroCT imaging has become a widespread method for documenting and analysing many kinds of biological specimens, and recent refinements have led to new applications in biomedical-related research. I will review some of our current work on arthropod morphology and cyber-systematics, 3D embryology of model animals, special studies of human embryology, and an emerging application to diagnostic pathology.

This talk is part of the Evolution and Development Seminar Series series.

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