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July 24th, 2006

Electron microscopy to take leap forward

Abstract:
Last week, history nearly repeated itself, as the Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science hosted another workshop for about two dozen of the world's top electron microscopy scientists. It was partially a celebration of Silcox's career (to his mild embarrassment) and partially a brainstorming session for new ways to use the available tools.

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