Virtual microscope lens delivers a real revolution in imaging

The University of Sheffield has produced the world's first lens-less microscope. With no technical limit to image accuracy or resolution, the technology is cheaper to produce than standard microscopes and is even able to `see through´ solid state devices such as microchips.

The pioneering new technique could also have a number of applications in the Life Sciences, including cancer cell detection, imaging for biopsies and tissue engineering.

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