Tagged: Biophotonic imaging

Are 300 animals a day really tortured for scientific research in New Zealand? Part II - Infectious Thoughts

Siouxsie Wiles Feb 29, 2016

In the spirit of openness and transparency, I want to share what 42 animals that were involved in my 2014 research efforts experienced. I recently blogged about Paul Henry’s interview with NZ Anti-Vivisection Society (NZAVS) executive director Stephen Mason, in which Paul Henry repeatedly referred to the 300 animals a day tortured to death in the name of … Read More

Increase your functionality, coherence and structural integrity! Astonishing “aerobic frequency” woo. - Infectious Thoughts

Siouxsie Wiles Nov 09, 2012

I have a Google alert for the term ‘biophotonic imaging’ (BPI). This is because it’s a technique I use in my research; it allows us to monitor the emission of light from within living tissues. Occasionally I’ve been approached by people who think this means I study aura’s. I don’t. I make bacteria glow and then track them inside mice … Read More