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Super-resolution Microscopy Takes a Turn of Speed With Ghost Imaging

News   Dec 13, 2019 | Original story from The Optical Society.

 
Super-resolution Microscopy Takes a Turn of Speed With Ghost Imaging

The researchers tested their new nanoscopy approach technique by using it to image a 60-nanometer ring (inset). The new nanoscopy approach could resolve the ring using just 10 image frames while traditional approaches needed up to 4000 frames to achieve the same result. Credit: Zhongyang Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

 
 
 

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