Molecular microscopy: Focus on the living


B art Hoogenboom’s windowless room is a cramped space, almost filled by the sturdy table at its centre. Cables dangle from piles of electrical devices that climb to the ceiling. In the midst of the tangle of equipment is a stack of three small metal cylinders. Hidden inside the top one is a sliver of silicon, its tip quivering up and down 200,000 times each… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/440014a


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