Biomedical Imaging: Principles and Applications, edited by Reiner Salzer, PhD, is a new book recently published by John Wiley & Sons. Of the 28 contributing authors, 25 are from Europe, 2 are from Canada, and 1 is from the United States. The authors have put together a comprehensive set of both well-established and emerging imaging technologies currently used in the laboratory and clinical practice. The text is well written with plenty of references and illustrations. In my opinion, it will help educate a wide audience coming into the field of biomedical imaging from various disciplines of science and engineering.