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Super-resolution imaging - Getting and understanding, microscopy images with more details

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Recently the Nobel prize in Chemistry has been awarded ‘for the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy’. The field is still comparatively young and the set of these techniques can be utilised in many different ways. They were developed over the last decade and allow to visualise processes of interest with much finer structure than what is possible with conventional microscopy. In order to visualise specimen at the nm-­scale some methods rely heavily on complex optical implementations while others are based on sophisticated image processing techniques. I will be presenting an overview of various super-resolution techniques for light microscopy including their respective advantages & disadvantages.

This talk is part of the Cambiowebinars Seminar Series Feb-Apr 2015 series.

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