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Electron microscopy images show the first-ever 2019-nCoV specimen obtained by medics.
First electron microscopy images of new coronavirus
Rebecca Pool | 27 January, 2020
Electron microscopy images show the first-ever 2019-nCoV specimen obtained by medics.
Google and HHMI researchers unveil the biggest and most detailed map of the fly brain yet.
Largest, high-resolution map of brain revealed
Rebecca Pool | 23 January, 2020
Google and HHMI researchers unveil the biggest and most detailed map of the fly brain yet.
Picosecond imaging delivers pictures and video of shockwaves and light in transparent objects.
Ultrafast camera takes 1 trillion frames per second
Rebecca Pool | 22 January, 2020
Picosecond imaging delivers pictures and video of shockwaves and light in transparent objects.
TEM captures bonding in molecules at the atomic scale.
Bond making and breaking imaged in action
Rebecca Pool | 22 January, 2020
TEM captures bonding in molecules at the atomic scale.
More than 1000 researchers to use synchrotrons to trace neural network in 3D.
Asia-Pacific effort to map human brain in four years
Rebecca Pool | 16 January, 2020
More than 1000 researchers to use synchrotrons to trace neural network in 3D.
Microbes form intricate flower patterns under the microscope.
Surprising beauty found in bacterial cultures
Rebecca Pool | 16 January, 2020
Microbes form intricate flower patterns under the microscope.
Novel point-scanning super-resolution imaging set to speed up brain imaging.
Deep learning restores under-sampled images
Rebecca Pool | 15 January, 2020
Novel point-scanning super-resolution imaging set to speed up brain imaging.
Fluorescence microscopy captures stunning imagery of a model brain tumour with blood vessels.
Grown in the lab: miniature brain tumour
Rebecca Pool | 15 January, 2020
Fluorescence microscopy captures stunning imagery of a model brain tumour with blood vessels.
Atom probe tomography opens the door to stronger steels for a future hydrogen economy.
Steel embrittlement mystery solved
Rebecca Pool | 13 January, 2020
Atom probe tomography opens the door to stronger steels for a future hydrogen economy.
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