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3 win Nobel for super-zoom microscopes

ERIC BETZIG from the U.S. hold a bunch of flower as he arrives in the Helmholtz Institute in Neuherberg near Munich, southern Germany, Oct. 8. U.S. scientists Betzig and William E. Moerner and German scientist Stefan Hell won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing ways to dramatically improve the resolution of optical microscopes.

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ERIC BETZIG from the U.S. hold a bunch of flower as he arrives in the Helmholtz Institute in Neuherberg near Munich, southern Germany, Oct. 8. U.S. scientists Betzig and William E. Moerner and German scientist Stefan Hell won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing ways to dramatically improve the resolution of optical microscopes.



STOCKHOLM — Two Americans and a German scientist won the Nobel Prize in chemistry Wednesday for finding ways to make microscopes more powerful than previously thought possible, allowing scientists to see how diseases develop inside the tiniest cells...

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