- See QSTORM.org for new posts!
- The New QSTORM Site is Live at QSTORM.ORG!
- QSTORM-AO Phone Meetings – Update
- Abby visits MOS!
- New Website Coming….
- QSTORM meets Congress and NSF Director France Córdova
- QSTORM to Capitol Hill
- QSTORM-AO FUNDED!
- Farewell and Thanks!
- Kner lab publishes breakthrough applying genetic algorithm technique to adaptive optics for STORM imaging
- 2015 AAAS Symposium: Reunion in San Jose
- Kner Lab Achieves Multicolor QDot 3D STORM! Paper in ACS Nano
- Kner Lab shares QSTORM work at Photonics West
- QSTORM in the Afterlife
- QSTORM’s Reach at the Museum
Author Archives: Carol Lynn
Last week, the MOS team organized a Diamond Quantum Technologies Visualization and Education Workshop at Harvard focused on developing strategies for sharing diamond nitrogen-vacancy center research with public audiences and students in higher education. Karine shared “Making Molecular Movies with more »
On Friday, September 12, the National Science Foundation’s NSF 360 News Service featured a Museum of Science iTunes podcast with Jessica Winter. In the podcast, Jessica speaks with QSTORM’s Karine Thate about her latest efforts to commercialize quantum dot technologies more »
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 »
All PIs attended the June phone meeting, plus Jianquan, Kayvan, Qirui, and Karine. The big news was that Jianquan has secured a post-doc position at Pittsburgh University and has a baby on the way next month! While Jianquan came more »
Here is the report of the 4th annual QSTORM team meeting! This year Ge Yang hosted us at Carnegie Mellon on April 17 and 18. Peter and Jianquan flew up from Georgia; Jessica and Qirui drove over from Columbus; Carol more »
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 »
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 »
This expanded phone meeting included all PIs, post-doc Jianquan Xu, and graduate students from three labs: Qirui Fan from Ohio State, Nati Chen from Brown, and Kayvan Tehrani from Georgia. The student participation marked the growing inclusiveness of our collaborative more »
Using a DNA-tagging technique instead of immunohistochemistry, researchers were able to produce 10 nm resolution STORM images labeling four distinct cellular structures -with four different colors – in a single fixed cell. The technique was developed by Peng Yin’s lab more »