Voxel-based morphometry or VBM is a method of neuroimaging in which a physical brain is scanned, and broken up into a voxel-based volumetric model. In this way, areas with low differentiation between individuals can be consigned to single voxel blocks, whilst areas of interest can be examined at a more simplistic level than examining the neurons directly. Typically each voxel represents the average of many neurons in an area, yet retains the basic 3D structure by nature of its placement.
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A synchrotron is a type of X-ray machine, which pours intense X-rays through a target structure, mapping it voxel by voxel in 3D. Historically, they have been leviathan structures with specialised research labs built round them. Not safe to...
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