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April 5th, 2004

Hybrid imaging beats resolution limit

Abstract:
Scientists in the US claim to have found a new way to image tiny structures and molecules, such as DNA, which are smaller than the 200 nm diffraction-limited resolution of optical microscopes. Dehong Hu and Peter Lu from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Washington State, revealed their technique to delegates at the American Chemical Society's national meeting which took place in Anaheim, California last week.

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