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Volume 68, Issue 4, April 2015

cover: The viability of an artificial hip, dental fixture, or other implant depends in large part on how strongly it bonds with native bone. To gain insights into that bonding process, materials scientists use three-dimensional imaging techniques to visualize the bone–implant interface. One such technique is atom-probe microscopy, which can image with chemical contrast and at spatial resolution on the order of nanometers. Kathryn Grandfield (McMaster University), shown here with an atom-probe microscope, elaborates on it and other 3D bioimaging tools in her article on page 40. (Photo courtesy of Paulina Rzeczkowska, http://paulinarz.format.com.)

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