RJF Ethan Schobrun's lab in the news with a gigapixel multispectral microscope as reported in Optica. In high-content drug screens, each cell is labeled with several different fluorescent markers and frequently thousands to millions of cells need to be analyzed in order to characterize biology’s intrinsic variability. In this paper they demonstrate a new microlens-based multispectral microscope designed to meet this… Read more about A new billion-pixel microscope!
At long last, here is the thoroughly revised and updated, and long-anticipated, third edition of the hugely successful Art of Electronics. Widely accepted as the best single authoritative text on electronic circuit design, it will be an indispensable… Read more about The Art of Electronics, 3rd edition
Professor Markus Meister, Ann P. and Benjamin F. Biaggini Professor of Biological Sciences; Executive Officer for Neurobiology from Caltech's Division of Biology and Biological Engineering is visiting the Rowland Institute at Harvard as the Visiting Distingushed Scholar, from May 1st through May 5th, 2017. Professor Meister will be giving a presentation "Neural computation for vision", on Wednesday, May 3rd at 11AM in the Rowland Institute Auditorium. R.S.V.P.firstname.lastname@example.org
From the citation: "For her paradigmatic developments in the mechanistic understanding of oxygen-assisted catalytic cycles on gold surfaces and their implementation to nanoporous gold catalysts under realistic conditions."
Mackenzie Weygand Mathis will start this September as one of two of this year’s new Rowland Junior Fellows. She plans to study how the brain builds internal models for adaptive motor control by using mice and optical imaging.