Natural Killer White Blood Cells Captured On Film In 3D Detailed Action For First Time

Researchers at Imperial College and the University of Oxford have pioneered a new technique that uses “laser tweezers” to manipulate live cells and see exactly how our body’s “natural killer” white blood cell defence works as they kill diseased tissue. By taking lots of images at once, the researchers then reconstruct a 3-D image with ease.

Read more at: Imperial College London.

via popsci