DiceCT Centennial!

dicect_centennial

30 months after the Journal of Anatomy published the eponymous and open access diceCT review, we have crossed the 100 citations threshold!

The Austin Working Group is thrilled to see how a community of passionate, creative, and clever researchers—spanning the globe—have come together around contrast-enhanced imaging tools and diceCT in such a short time!

We’re particularly proud of the open nature of the community, sharing tips and tricks, successes and failures with each other and with newcomers to the field. You have helped to catapult the success of 3D soft-tissue imaging from a comparatively low-resolution, expensive diagnostic tool to an accessible, next-generation research visualization platform.

Here’s to another excellent 30 months of stellar research and remarkable visuals! 🍾🎉

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