Emma is a science writer and outreach coordinator at EMBL. During her PhD she made the calcium in heart cells light up and dance. Now she's swapped the microscope for the monitor, but still enjoys marvelling at the very tiny.
School students build fluorescence microscopes designed by members of the Prevedel group and…
By Emma Steer
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