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Ep 15: Light-matter interaction at the nanoscale

Prof. Vinod MenonCity College of New York
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Ep 14: Live cell super resolution and innovative imaging approaches

Dr. Eli RothenbergNew York University (NYU)
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Ep 04: Multi-modal microscopes and baby yoda

Prof. Ashley CadbyUniversity of Sheffield
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Ep 01: Microscopy on hard mode, biophysics and bacterial spatial organization

Dr Seamus HoldenUniversity of Newcastle
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Ep 11: Ultra-fast photochemistry between molecules and developing solar fuels

Prof. Dave McCamantUniversity of Rochester
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Ep 20: Superfast biophysics, getting into research, and making the most of life’s opportunities

Prof. Chong FangOregon State University
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Ep 05: Super-resolution, epigenetics, DNA replication and DNA repair

Dr. Alex HargreavesMark Leake Group at The University of York
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Ep 10: 30 years of imaging, re-scanning confocal microscopy, and Confocal.nl

Peter DrentConfocal.nl
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Ep 35: Super resolution algorithms like SRRF, science and imaging in Portugal, and the importance of tinkering with equipment

Dr. Ricardo HenriquesInstituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (IGC, Portugal)
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Ep 36: Label-free coherent Raman spectroscopy to measure multi-functional images

Prof. Hideaki KanoKyushu University, Japan
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Ep 09: Molecular organization, ion pairing, and hydration at aqueous interfaces

Prof. Heather AllenOhio State University
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Ep 31: Combining mathematical and signal processing methods with microscopy and super resolution

Prof. Christy LandesRice University
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Ep 34: Using spins in materials for quantum computing and what role optics plays in understanding their underlying physics

Dr. Jörg DebusTU Dortmund, Germany
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Ep 19: Aerospace engineering and researching new materials for aircrafts

Prof. Seetha RaghavanUniversity of Central Florida
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Ep 33: Sensitive analysis of drug delivery processes and looking at artwork from Japanese woodblock prints and Egyptian sculptures

Prof. Stephanie ZaleskiCalifornia State University, East Bay
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Ep 03: Farm life, fluorescence imaging, and working in industry

Jeremy GrahamCairn Research
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Ep 13: Studying our solar system, lunar rocks, and meteorite samples

Prof. Darby DyarMount Holyoke College
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Ep 23: Quantum computing, new materials, and spectroscopy

Prof. Patrick VoraGeorge Mason University
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Ep 21: The amazing properties of enzymes, spectroscopy, and the joy of sharing research

Prof. Chris CheatumUniversity of Iowa
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Ep 37: 3D printing, life by the sea, and giving science back to the people

Dr. Mark PickeringSchool of Medicine for University College Dublin
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Ep 30: When solar objects collide, high-speed imaging, and emission spectroscopy

Dr. John TandyLondon Metropolitan University
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Ep 40: A career path into medical physics, the impact of optical methods in medicine and building a team for interdisciplinary, translational research.

Prof. Brian PogueDartmouth College
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Ep 26: Application of light to solve problems in medicine and biology

Prof. Anita Mahadevan-JansenVanderbilt University
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Ep 25: Combining microscopy and spectroscopy to study origins of diseases

Prof. David PunihaoleUniversity of Vermont
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Ep 07: Science, beer, and working for Mizar

Dr. Chris BaumannMizar Imaging
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Ep 38: The origin and importance of atomic elements, the human impacts of exploiting them, and the interrelationship of spectroscopy, nanotechnology and geology

Dr. Anja RøyneUniversity of Oslo
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Ep 06: Widefield imaging, pets, Cheez-its, and living in Philly

Dr. Andrea Stout(CDB) Microscopy Core, University of Pennsylvania
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Ep 28: Nobel Prizes, working across Europe, and seeing into the nanoscale

Prof. Christian EggelingUniversity Jena
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Ep 39: Operating a business during lockdown, Rome without tourists, and the advantages of imaging with a spinning disk system!

Dr. Alessandra ScarpelliniCrestOptics
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Ep 29: Using Lanthanide elements to find new medical therapies.

Dr. Gabi MandlConcordia University
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Ep 22: Twitching (the birdwatching kind), building an imaging team, and #TheMicroscopists!

Dr. Peter O’TooleUniversity of York
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Ep 24: Building microscopes, being in academia and industry, and teaching from a basement

Prof. Paul MaddoxUniversity of North Carolina
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Ep 32: Ocean and glass models, imaging with LEGO, 3D bioprinting, and running a multidisciplinary lab

Dr. Emmanuel ReynaudUniversity College Dublin
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Ep 27: Nanotubes to detect coronavirus SARS-CoV-2

Dr. Rebecca PinalsUniversity of California, Berkeley
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Ep 18: The world’s first white light supercontinuum laser, confocal microscopy, and laser scanning fluorescence

Prof. Gail McConnellUniversity of Strathclyde
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Ep 02: SARS-CoV2 single virus detection

Dr Siddharth GhoshUniversity of Cambridge
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Ep 12: Super resolution, SQUIRREL, and creating acronyms

Dr. Siân CulleyHenriques Lab, University College London
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Ep 17: From bartender to nuclear physicist – studying the galaxy

Prof. Alexander BatallerNorth Carolina State University
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Ep 08: Information processing in the immune system

Dr. Kristina GanzingerCellular Interactions group at AMOLF
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Ep 16: The OpenSPIM project, IKEA, and challenges for live cell imaging

Dr. Philippe LaissueUniversity of Essex
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