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   Novel optical device could open new avenues in advanced microscopyNovel optical device could open new avenues in advanced microscopy
 
What if a microscope allowed us to explore the 3D microcosm of blood vessels, nerves, and cancer cells instantaneously in virtual reality? What if it could provide views from multiple directions in real time without physically moving the specimen and worked up to 100 times faster than current technology?
 
   New Label-Free, Non-Invasive Optical Microscopy to Image Deep Inside the BrainNew Label-Free, Non-Invasive Optical Microscopy to Image Deep Inside the Brain
 
Diseases in the central nervous system (CNS), like Alzheimer’s disease (AD), show up early at the microscopic, or cellular, level deep within the brain.
 
   Electron Microscopy in the Study of MaterialsElectron Microscopy in the Study of Materials
 
Scientists can use electron microscopes to develop enhanced materials with properties that are better suited to their purpose. Here, we discuss how electron microscopes are benefiting the study of materials.
 
   Quantum Entanglement Breaks Existing Limits in Optical MicroscopyQuantum Entanglement Breaks Existing Limits in Optical Microscopy
 
An international team of researchers from Australia and Germany recently developed a microscopy technique that employs quantum-correlated illumination to image nano-scale biological structures at an unparalleled resolution without any light-induced damage.