CPLC Seminar: Ke Xu, Berkeley, "Multifunctional & multidimensional super-resolution microscopy"

12/5/2018 3:06:30 PM

Recent advances in super-resolution fluorescence microscopy have led to ~10 nm spatial resolution and exciting new biology. We are developing new approaches to advance beyond the structural (shape) information offered by existing super-resolution methods, and reveal multidimensional information of intracellular functional parameters, including chemical polarity, diffusivity, and reactivity, with nanoscale resolution and single-molecule sensitivity. By adding remarkably rich functional dimensions to the already powerful super-resolution microscopy, we thus open up new ways to reveal fascinating local heterogeneities in live cells.       

1/27/2014 Patrick Singer (Smile Politely)

A new open and free lecture series called Saturday Engineering for Everyone, is aimed at non-engineers of all backgrounds who are interested in learning about engineering. The inaugural series will be held on six Saturdays during the Spring 2014 semester, with the initial talk by Professor J. Gary Eden scheduled for February 1. Lectures are from10:15-11:30 a.m. in 151 Everitt Lab, 1406 W. Green Street, Urbana, with refreshments served starting at 10 a.m.