Congratulations to MCB Principal Investigator William E. Moerner on being awarded a 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry! Moerner is one of three recipients whose research on “the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy” has transformed the field of nanoscopy, a method used to visualize single molecules and their activity within cells. His work in Surpassing the limitations of the Light Microscope was supported by the Molecular Biophysics Cluster in 1999.
MCB proudly recognizes the investments made into Dr. Moerner and his research as his work has made profound impacts on the progress of science.
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