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Superresolution imaging of neurodegeneration - Video

Recent advances in optical microscopy permit researchers to investigate the molecular processes that lead to diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Disease in much greater detail than has been possible only a few years ago.

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Superresolution imaging of neurodegeneration - Video

Mar 03, 2015

Recent advances in optical microscopy permit researchers to investigate the molecular processes that lead to diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Disease in much greater detail than has been possible only a few years ago.

New Paper and Video on SIM Processing

Feb 15, 2015

Watch Florian Ströhl, PhD student in the Laser Analytics group, talk about his latest research in which he outlines the advantages of a new deconvolution algorithm he developed, to analyse multi-spot Structured Illumination Microscopy (mSIM) data.

Prof. Clemens Kaminski elected Fellow of the Optical Society of America

Jan 06, 2015

Prof. Clemens Kaminski was elected as a Fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA) in recognition of "pioneering work in the development of optical methods for quantifying the kinetics of reactions in chemical and biological systems".

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