| Alix Mackay | 1 minute

Dundee physicist granted £1.4 million to make the invisible visible

A University of Dundee physicist has been awarded £1.4million in funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to develop the next generation of microscopes.

Dr Tom Vettenburg, who was awarded a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship, says that because ordinary microscopes cannot see through the outer ‘skin’ of a growing organism, they leave many questions unanswered – questions he intends to bring into focus by developing a computational microscope that can see beyond the blur of deep tissue.

 

For the full article, please see here:

https://www.dundee.ac.uk/news/2019/dundee-physicist-granted-14-million-to-make-the-invisible-visible.php

 

 

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