With so much information to digest, how do you balance continuing professional development with other tasks?
Michael Schubert | | Opinion
Yesterday, curious about the latest news in the science of the small, I visited a microscopy and microscience conference. It’s an event I have attended several times in the past but, each time I go, there’s more to learn. Electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, STORM, PALM, STIM, STED… Some terms I recognize from a graduate school career spent in chromatin biology and others from recent Nobel prize awardees but, increasingly, I’m encountering terms that are alien to me. DSTORM? MSPIM?
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