Monthly Archives: May 2014

Big Prize for Super-Resolution Imaging!

On May 29th, the 2014 Kavli Prize winners were announced – and the Nanoscience winners were recognized for their contributions to super-resolution microscopy. The Kavli Prize in Nanoscience is shared between Thomas W. Ebbesen, Université Louis Pasteur, Université de Strasbourg, more »

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Practically 2D Paper Microscope Poised to Crowd-Source Malaria Diagnostics

While Peter Kner and Kayvan have been working on improving one of the world’s most sophisticated experimental super-resolution microscopes, a Stanford biophysicist has been striving to develop the world’s cheapest microscope; capable – in one highly anticipated application – of more »

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QSTORM Organizes Ideas Lab Session at AAAS 2015

The February 2015 meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science will feature a 3-hour symposium  on how the one-week 2010 NSF Innovations in Biological Imaging and Visualization (IBIV) Ideas Lab generated three remarkable cross-disciplinary research projects among researchers unknown more »

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QSTORM visits the Carnegie Science Center!

Carol Lynn and I visited Pittsburgh recently for a meeting with the QSTORM team at Carnegie Mellon University. We stayed an extra day to bring the QSTORM quest to visitors at the Carnegie Science Center and help Ge foster a more »

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The QSTORM “Nanotechnology” Article was published!

Our Nanotechnology paper has been published. It can be found at this link. The following citation can be used: J. Xu, Q. Fan, K.D. Mahajan, G. Ruan, A. Herrington, K.F. Tehrani, P. Kner, J.O. Winter (2014), Micelle-templated composite quantum dots more »

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