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Postdoctoral position in optical super-resolution microscopy

Posted by , on 15 July 2021

Postdoctoral positions are available at the optical super-resolution microscopy lab, directed by Dr. Fang Huang at Purdue University, Biomedical Engineering Department. The candidates are expected to spearhead innovations related to one of the two areas of research focus: 1. Fluorescence nanoscopy through tissue specimens. We develop novel imaging instruments and analytical methods to visualize intra- and

Turn Your Inverted Microscope into a Multimodal Nanoscope

Sponsored by Olympus, on 14 June 2021

Among recent nanoscopy techniques that break the diffraction limit, single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) contributes to major discoveries in medicine and biology. It is now possible to see how subcellular molecular machineries form and behave inside single cells and to quantify single biological molecules such as proteins, nucleic acids, and lipids, at ultralow concentrations inside the

A First Exposure to Super-Resolution Microscopy

Posted by , on 11 June 2021

Biomedical research encompasses several fields of expertise involving complex biological topics and technologies. Studying a given subject is a process that takes years, decades, and sometimes a lifetime to complete. Consequently, researchers tend to become highly familiar with a specific subset of scientific topics and experimental approaches. However, they are often confronted with the cumbersome

Technology highlights - Traction Force Microscopy (TFM)

Posted by , on 9 December 2020

Interview with Aki Stubb, Ph.D. Please tell us a bit about yourself and the facility where you work. My name is Aki Stubb and I am a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Cambridge, UK. I did my PhD in the group of Johanna Ivaska at the Turku Bioscience Centre, University of Turku and Åbo

Technology highlights – Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM)

Posted by , on 30 September 2020

Interview with Ivan Novotný, Ph.D., from the Light Microscopy Core facility at the Institute of Molecular Genetics, in Prague, Czech Republic. Please tell us a bit about yourself and the facility where you work. I am employed as an imaging specialist at the Light Microscopy Core facility at the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the