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Prof. Katsumasa Fujita appeared in the commentary of NHK Science Zero on this year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry, super-resolution microscopes

posted Dec 3, 2014, 9:52 PM by iwasaki@parc.osaka-u.ac.jp   [ updated Dec 3, 2014, 10:01 PM ]
Cutting-edge researches on super-resolution microscope at the Photonics Center have been introduced in our news article, "Researches on Superresolution Microscopy have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2014 (8 October). " Recently, Prof. Katsumasa Fujita appeared in the commentary of NHK Science Zero on this year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry, super-resolution microscopes. He explained the principles of STED and PALM which are prized, results of interdisciplinary studies beyond the boundaries of physics, science and biology, and expressed expectations for observation of biological activity in intracellular organelles by further development, showing off the view that "there is no limit to the resolution." ( November 30 , rebroadcast December 6 ).
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