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Jim Vandiver

The last podcast from The Naked Scientists starts with a nice discussion about confocal microscopy followed by another segment about lens-less imaging based on how the eye sees floating debris that appears in front of the retina: http://www.thenakedscientists.com . I was not aware that stop-action photography of living systems at one-minute intervals using confocal microscopy was possible.

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