Eric Betzig, Biological Physicist

Eric Betzig’s explanation of the trade-offs between spatial resolution, temporal resolution, imaging depth, and phototoxicity.
A light-sheet fluorescence microscope.
A 2015 talk by Eric Betzig about imaging life at high spatiotemporal resolution.
“Your Textbooks Are Wrong, This Is What Cells Actually Look Like.” Produced by Seeker.

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