An amazing new medical imaging scanner, using technology developed at the Large-Hadron Collider at CERN, is able to produce 3D x-rays in colour. The scanner is able to identify both density and atomic variation, producing the brightness and colours in the image respectively. This means that the 3D image can display organs, bones, far, muscle, etc., in the body and can even identify disease markers.
The technology shows great potential in enabling better diagnoses without invasive surgery. It is a wonderful example of real ('operational') science that can be used by doctors to help patients.
Studying the images, it would be hard to come to any conclusion other than that the human body is an incredible feat of engineering, exquisitely put together. We are not just evolved bags of chemicals that have come together by selection of random accidents; as this new scanner showcases, we truly are fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139:13-16).
Papadopoulos, L., World's first 3D X-rays of human body produced using CERN technology, interestingengineering.com, 13 July 2018.