Peter Gwynne

Freelance writer

Peter Gwynne is a freelance writer based in Massachusetts; e-mail: [email protected].

Fifteen species of human oral microbes, imaged using spectral fluorescence, were grown in the laboratory and labeled with taxon-specific probes for a CLASI-FISH experiment.

FLUORESCENCE IMAGING: Microscopy method measures mingling microbes

May 1, 2011
A new microscopy method that reveals what types of bacteria mingle with each other in microbial communities holds promise as a diagnostic tool.
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VASCULAR MEDICINE/LASER THERAPY: Excimer lasers open blocked arteries

Nov. 1, 2009
Used to unblock coronary and peripheral arteries for placement of stents, excimer lasers are now being tested for use to literally stop heart attacks in their tracks. Another ...

CRi imaging technology sees the unseeable

Sept. 1, 2009
WOBURN, MA—Cambridge Research & Instrumentation (CRi) develops and uses imaging technology that makes it possible to see the otherwise unseeable.