Green Family Lecture #1: Building the Microscopes of Tomorrow (at UCLA NRB Auditorium)

Margaret Murnane
University of Colorado Boulder

If we could see in detail how the most advanced computer chips and solar panels work, or how viruses penetrate cells in real time, we would be able to develop more energy-efficient nanotechnologies, as well as better antimicrobials and vaccines. The microscopes of tomorrow, that take advantage of light or electrons to illuminate an object, can enable stunning views of how the nano world works in real time.

This lecture will be accessible to a general public audience.

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