CAMI, the state-of-the-art imaging facility that opened last year, brings all biological molecular imaging at Northwestern under one roof, in the east wing of the Richard and Barbara Silverman Hall for Molecular Therapeutics and Diagnostics.

Twenty-five 46-inch flat-screen televisions, stacked five by five on a lobby wall, operate as one, displaying 3-D images of everything from an atom up to a full animal. The wall offers viewers almost 52 million pixels of digital canvas.

There are only about a half dozen comprehensive imaging centers like CAMI in North America, and CAMI’s 3-D display provides a classroom unlike any other in the world.

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