• phys.org | 8/21/2018 | Staff
    Recent advances in fluorescence microscopy allow researchers to study biological processes below the classical diffraction limit of light. Ralf Jungmann, Professor for Experimental Physics at...
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  • phys.org | 3/24/2016 | Staff
    They can make tiny cell structures visible: cutting-edge light microscopes offer resolutions of a few tenths of a nanometer—in other words, a millionth of a millimeter.
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  • phys.org | 1/18/2019 | Staff
    Two newly developed methods will help researchers to study the 3-D structure of complex surfaces and of individual neurons better than ever before. Sebastian Munck and Natalia Gunko, two expert...
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  • ScienceDaily | 1/16/2019 | Staff
    The biotech R&D sector is thriving in Flanders, and this is in no small part due to presence of a lot of tech development and know-how, enabling scientists to carve out a path towards new...
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  • phys.org | 12/28/2018 | Staff
    Finding defects in electron microscopy images takes months. Now, there's a faster way. It's called MENNDL, the Multinode Evolutionary Neural Networks for Deep Learning.
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  • phys.org | 12/17/2018 | Staff
    Going deeper and deeper into cells with the microscope; imaging the nucleus and other structures more and more accurately; getting the most detailed views of cellular multi-protein complexes: All of...
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  • phys.org | 11/19/2018 | Staff
    Microscopes make the invisible visible. And compared to conventional light microscopes, transmission x-ray microscopes (TXM) can see into samples with much higher resolution, revealing extraordinary...
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