Old Meets New: Scientists Merge AI with 400 Year Old Microscopy

Study of human cell’s behavior is one of the most daunting studies for any researcher. This is because of the uncertainty of the cell’s reaction to any drug. This is the very reason that makes drug development is so difficult. Additionally, the complexity posed by the uniqueness of cells in different bodies also makes the task a bit more daunting. However, researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Innovation in Microscopy Promises Glowing Prize for Researchers

A team of researchers from UCLA have found a new technique to expand the capabilities of fluorescence microscopy. The new technique will enable scientists to identify living and tissues with a glowing mechanism with the help of 3D imaging. The new techniques uses dyes which glow under special lighting and turn two-dimensional images into stacks of virtual three-dimensional slices. The study published in Nature Methods can be a new lease