Breaking the Barriers of Microscopy - Watching Cells at Work *RERUN
For more than 400 years, people have used microscopes to show more about the inner workings of plants and animals than can be seen with the naked eye. Microscope technology has greatly improved since, but has also encountered the limits of how small a thing and how wide a target area it can show. In this episode, we'll see clever ideas and technologies that get around these barriers. And we'll see a precise way for monitoring IV drips.
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Blood flow in a mouse abdomen captured with 8K microscopy