From imaging to understanding: Frontiers in Live Cell Imaging, Bethesda, MD, April 19–21, 2006

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A recent meeting entitled Frontiers in Live Cell Imaging was attended by more than 400 cell biologists, physicists, chemists, mathematicians, and engineers. Unlike typical special topics meetings, which bring together investigators in a defined field primarily to review recent progress, the purpose of this meeting was to promote cross-disciplinary interactions by introducing emerging methods on the one hand and important biological applications on the other. The goal was to turn live cell imaging from a "technique" used in cell biology into a new exploratory science that combines a number of research fields.

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@article{Wang2006FromIT, title={From imaging to understanding: Frontiers in Live Cell Imaging, Bethesda, MD, April 19–21, 2006}, author={Yu-li Wang and Klaus Michael Hahn and Robert F. Murphy and Alan F . Horwitz}, journal={The Journal of Cell Biology}, year={2006}, volume={174}, pages={481 - 484} }