Materials and health science

 Every day the field of science takes steps towards new boundaries. As time passes, the horizons of scientific inquiry expand, revealing exciting possibilities. In the center of this progress lies the 3D imaging, a technology that is transforming the way we understand the intricacies of objects and materials. 

With the 3D imaging, we now have the ability to peer into the inner workings of various objects, revealing their hidden details. This innovative technology allows us to probe the internal structure of materials, offering a unique perspective on the substances we work with. 

Take a look at the different materials that we have looked into and we continue to work with!

3D Reconstruction of bones. The position of the cylinders shows the direction of orientation, the color scale shows the magnitude represented in the side color bar, and in (B) the length represents the symmetric scattering intensity. A) Human trabecular bone sample, B) Bone nanostructure at different time periods, C) Nanostructure of regenerated bone. (<span style="color: var(--color-medium-gray); font-size: var(--font-size--describer); font-family: var(--font-family--primary);">Bone Hierarchical Structure: Heterogeneity and Uniformity<br></span><span style="color: var(--color-medium-gray); font-size: var(--font-size--describer); font-family: var(--font-family--primary);">&nbsp;by Adrian Rodriguez-Palomo, Maja Østergaard, Henrik Birkedal</span>)