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“Acoustic Tweezers” Can Manipulate Tiny Organisms Using Sound Waves
Tired of grabbing cells and roundworms with clumsy tools? This set of acoustic tweezers — a device the size of...
Electron Ptychography Could Create Tiniest, Sharpest Images Ever
A new microscopy method that ditches lenses altogether could create the highest-resolution images ever seen. The system reconstructs an image...
Video: International Cell Race Clocks Cells Speeding Along Microscopic Race Tracks, For Science
On your mark ... get set ... mitosis!
World’s Most Powerful Optical Microscope Lets Researchers See Inside Viruses
New technology breaks the theoretical limit on how small we can see
Water Flea Genome is the Most Complex Yet, and May Help Scientists Study Organisms’ Response to Stress
A microscopic, see-through water flea is the most complex creature ever studied, genomically speaking. Daphnia pulex is the first crustacean...
Giant Rats Can Detect Tuberculosis With Greater Accuracy than a Microscope Test
Dr. Rat will sniff you now