Ingenuity + Instrumentation: Creating a Novel 4D Microscopy Method

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Author: Jenice Con Foo
Monday, September 12, 2022
Mad City Labs Inc.

Tracking particles at the micro or nanoscale is inherently difficult due to the complexity of the systems studied, as well as the technical challenges: a blend of instrument design, photonics, modeling, and imaging. The Welsher Lab at Duke University, seeking to understand how viruses navigate the extracellular space, recently developed a real-time 4D microscopy method for single particle tracking when previous techniques proved incapable of supporting the observations they required.

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Biophotonicsbiotechnologyimage analysis & processingMicroscopyneuroscienceImagingsingle particle trackingoptical microscopyBiophysicscell biologynanoscopy3D-SMART3D-FASTR
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