Blog Post Image: 3-D Microscope Method to Look inside Brains

Ganghun Kim, an electrical engineering graduate student at the University of Utah, holds a needle or cannula that is a key component of a new 3-D microscopy method that can now take pictures of objects 70 times smaller than a human hair and ultimately should be able to make images of cells inside the brains of living mice. Photo Credit: Rajesh Menon, University of Utah

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