Looking at cells with unprecedented spatiotemporal resolution
Microscope developed with super spatial and temporal resolution

Scientists from the EPFL in Lausanne have developed a new microscopy platform which allows the study of living cells in greater detail than ever before. The temporal resolution with which images can be taken makes it possible to capture the intracellular dynamics of even the finest structures within living cells. The unique combination of super spatial and super temporal resolution will increase our understanding of the biology of cells in health and disease.

Read the full story: Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Scientific publication: Nature Photonics