August 10, 2006
3D Breakthrough

Slashdot linked up news of a revolutionary new method of looking at fossils. By using a particle accelerator, scientists are now able to create extremely high resolution 3D images of even the most minute fossils, in a completely non-destructive way. This represents a sea change in the way these fossils are analyzed, and is already providing breakthrough discoveries in the earliest stages of multicellular life.

Posted by scott at August 10, 2006 09:28 AM

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