Google Maps Tech Finds An Amazing New Use

"Technology similar to a popular Google Maps feature you probably use all the time is now helping scientists better study and understand how certain organs work on the molecular level, PopSci reports. Developed at the University of New South Wales in Australia, the new imaging tech uses Google Maps algorithms to crunch data, allowing doctors to zoom in and out of views of certain organs in order to monitor cellular activity while looking for secret clues that might help cure diseases."

The story is too old to be commented.