This QSTORM Legacy site will no longer be updated with new content. To keep up with the team’s progress and see new content, please visit qstorm.org.
We’re very pleased to make this announcement. Soon, this blog will be renewed on qstorm.org as well. Thanks to Leah Brunetto and the MOS Web team.
Every four weeks the whole team gathers around phones in Boston, Ohio, and Georgia to update each other on the research and to troubleshoot problems. The calls come into PI Carol Lynn’s conference line at the Museum of Science. Carol Lynn more »
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Abhilisha Dehankar was in Boston for the July 4th weekend, and took the time to tour the Museum and meet with the MOS QSTORM team. She attended Karine’s “Making Molecular Movies with QSTORM” presentation and Megan’s presentation of “From Chemical more »
Museum of Science web wizard Leah Brunetto has a surprise waiting for you. The new QSTORM-AO website is coming. In preparation, Leah has migrated qstorm.org to a new qstormlegacy.org domain. Here’s a sneak peak at the new website banner:
Jessica, Karine and I brought our whole PI squad, our first two-color QSTORM images, hands-on demos, and a Quantum Dot Peep Show to Capitol Hill last week and got a chance to speak with dozens of guests at “The Arc of more »
Members of the new Congress will learn about QSTORM at NSF’s Arc of Science event February 15, on Capitol Hill. We are bringing our new quantum dot display kit and our gold-nanoshell DNA-linker model, plus lots of super-res cell images and even 6-foot cutouts of the whole more »
HELLO QSTORM FOLLOWERS: WE ARE THRILLED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION AND A GROUP OF OUR PEERS HAVE AWARDED US FUNDS TO DEVELOP THE NEW QSTORM-ADAPTIVE OPTICS INSTRUMENT FOR SUPER-RESOLUTION IMAGING IN THICK TISSUE! We received the notice this more »
It has been ten months since I left the QSTORM team, I was always thinking of writing something as a farewell. I was so fortunate to have the opportunity to work on this project as my postdoc research experience. I more »
Peter, Kayvan, Jianquan, and two of their colleagues at the University of Georgia have demonstrated the application of a”genetic algorithm” (GA) technique to adaptive optics (AO) to achieve a 4-fold increase in precision point-localization imaging through 50 microns of central more »