First Lens for Extreme-Ultraviolet Light

A jet of atoms provides novel opportunities for the imaging of biological samples

Ultramicroscopy of Transparent Flies

Cellular microscopy makes individual nerve cells, marked with fluorescent molecules, visible

Viewing the Retina in Unprecedented Details

Combining two imaging methods to see live neurons, epithelial cells and blood vessels

Folding Optical Devices

New platform uses multiple metasurface elements that are fabricated in a single step

Multicolor 3D Images of Proteins

New method to analyze and reconstruct super-resolution images

New Limit for Optical Microscopy

Optimized method makes it possible to focus on structures of as tiny as 3 nm across

Nikon Imaging Center Opens at UC San Diego

Center will provide the latest in microscopic tools and technologies, including “super-resolution”

Combining Light and X-Ray Microscopy

Innovative microscope shows a network of protein filaments in heart muscle cells

Nano-Imaging of 2D Materials

First observation of intersubband transitions in 2D materials via scattering scanning near-field optical microscopy

Macroscale Fluorescence Imaging

First confocal microscopy based macro-FLIM system with cellular resolution