Australian scientists have managed to get imaging of the human body at many different levels. This is giving views from joints to the cellular level.
“For the first time we have the ability to go from the whole body down to how the cells are getting their nutrition and how this is all connected,” said Professor Knothe Tate. “This could open the door to as yet unknown new therapies and new preventions.”
This kind of imagery involves terabyte sized data sets, and the Google Maps software helps them use it effectively.