This was an article featured in Deseret Morning News. ...Using a method they call "microCT-based virtual histology," researchers can get a detailed — down to about one-tenth of a human hair width — look at a mouse embryo, inside and out. The U. team turned them into 3D images, eliminating the long process of killing the embryo, embedding it in wax and then thin-slicing, staining the slides and studying it with a microscope. Click here to read more.
Lois M. Collin. "U. experts help find birth defects' causes." Deseret Morning News, front page, Saturday May 6, 2006. [interview, figure]