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  • initialism stimulated emission depletion microscope

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  • Stefan Hell saw beyond this limitation and about fifteen years ago his vision became concrete; he developed a method for observing objects at the nanometer scale by sequentially turning the fluorescence of nearby molecules off by stimulated emission, a technique known as STED nanoscopy.

    innovations-report

  • Stefan Hell saw beyond this limitation and about fifteen years ago his vision became concrete; he developed a method for observing objects at the nanometer scale by sequentially turning the fluorescence of nearby molecules off by stimulated emission, a technique known as STED nanoscopy.

    innovations-report

  • Instead, the basic approach is similar to one developed for capturing microscope images of biological samples called STED

    Ars Technica

  • Instead, the basic approach is similar to one developed for capturing microscope images of biological samples called STED

    Ars Technica

  • Instead, the basic approach is similar to one developed for capturing microscope images of biological samples called STED

    Ars Technica

  • Instead, the basic approach is similar to one developed for capturing microscope images of biological samples called STED

    Ars Technica

  • Founded in 2005, Mobius Photonics, Inc. produces fiber-based laser sources for applications ranging from material processing for solar cell manufacturing, semiconductor fabrication and assembly, and flat panel display manufacturing, to scientific uses such as STED microscopy.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Techniques such as STED (Willig et al., 2006), PALM (Betzig et al., 2006), FPALM (Hess et al., 2006), STORM (Rust et al., 2006), and structured illumination (Gustafsson, 2005) provide the imager with a way to see fluorescently labeled structures with nanometer resolutions.

    NIH Public Access - Seeing Circuits Assemble

  • But at some point, the journalistic community needs to move beyond the Scopes [STED: "Snopes," which I'll claim as a postmodernist allusion to Faulkner as opposed to being mere sloppy writing] Monkey Trial mindset and drop "link" from the paleontological lexicon.

    Australopithecus sediba: Not the "Missing Link"

  • In a study by STED (1988) on the abrasion occurring on the conventional plow and ridger the wear on various parts (shares, ridging tools, slade, plow heel and axle) was measured.

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