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Microscopic visualization techniques range from atomic imaging to visualization of living cells at near nanometer spatial resolution, and advances in the field are fueled by developments in computation, image detection devices, labelling, and sample preparation strategies. Microscopy has proven to be one of the most attractive and progressive research tools available to the scientific community, and remains at the forefront of research in many disciplines, from nanotechnology to live cell molecular imaging. This series reflects the diverse role of microscopy, defining it as any method of imaging objects of micrometer scale or less, and includes both introductory texts and highly technical and focused monographs for researchers and practitioners in materials and the life sciences.

  • General Editors: Patricia Calarco, University of California, San Francisco, Michael Isaacson, University of California, Santa Cruz