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The grander view: How modern microscopy illuminates a rare disease

2:00pm-3:00pm on Saturday 27 March

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Professor Stefan Marciniak, CIMR, discusses how modern microscopes illuminate a rare disease. Light microscopy was already old when Victor Hugo pondered its grander view 150 years ago. Today microscopy continues to develop and now allows us to glimpse the movement of individual proteins in a cell. Hosted by Alliance Fran├žaise Cambridge

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Timing: Live Stream
Theme: Health

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