So independent researchers in two different countries have separately come up with the same solution for improving MRI imaging. They're using detectors made with nitrogen infused diamond to image things down to the level of individual proteins. This is just the first pass, too, and they believe they can get the imaging resolution to the point where the MRIs can image individual atoms.
What does this mean for the medical community? Will we be watching specific molecules released by viruses as they enter our cells? Will we be able to devise better treatments based on our observations?