August 5, 2015
EPFL scientists have captured images of living cells with unprecedented nanoscale resolution — even the evolution of their structure and molecular characteristics.
They did that by combining two cutting edge microscopy techniques — high-speed atomic force microscopy and a single-molecule-localization, super-resolution optical imaging system — into one instrument.
Their work was published in the journal ACS Nano Letters.
The “correlated single molecule localization microscope” combines… read more