Monthly Archives: July 2014

Farewell and Thanks!

Hi Everyone, As Beth has informed the team already, I have left the Brainerd lab to go back to school. In the fall, I will be a student at VanArts Media Institute, learning 2D and 3D animation. I’m not sure more »

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News from Georgia – a QSTORM baby!

Hello everyone, Jianquan’s wife gave birth to a baby girl last Friday! Peter

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News from Gang and Ge

On the heels of our successful outreach event for chinese middle school students at the Museum of Science (see our recent post), we heard from Gang Ruan, a former QSTORM-er, who is organizing a exchange trip for another group of more »

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How do you say QSTORM in Mandarin?

Yesterday, we hosted a unique international outreach event at the Museum of Science. We’d been contacted by Pei Zhang, the Executive Director of the US-China Scitech Education Promotion Association, who had organized an educational trip for a group of 60 more »

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Museum visitors like hearing about the QSTORM quest!

Since our initial evaluation of the “Making Molecular Movies with QSTORM” presentation last summer, we’ve continued to check in with visitors on occasion to make sure they were still enjoying the show and learning from it. So, over the last more »

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Carbon nanotubes illuminate high-resolution sub-cellular microscopy

Of potential interest to QSTORMers, an international team recorded motor protein movement in live cultured cells with millisecond time resolution and 20-50 nm spatial resolution by tagging them with fluorescent single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTS) and applying a single-molecule tracking algorithm more »

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