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Honour for innovative scientists | video Innovators: Dr Jamie Flynn, Will Palmer and Antony Martin at HMRI. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers
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Innovators: Dr Jamie Flynn, Antony Martin and Will Palmer at HMRI. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

Innovators: Antony Martin at HMRI. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

Innovators: Dr Jamie Flynn, Will Palmer and Antony Martin’s microscope at HMRI. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

Innovators: Dr Jamie Flynn, Will Palmer and Antony Martin watch images on the computer screen at HMRI. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

TweetFacebookCredit: Hannah Drury and Dr. Rebecca Lim The men –who had no prior optical engineering experience –believe it has the potential to revolutionise researchacross a range of disease areas and have already agreed for it to be used in studies intocancer, asthma, stroke, gastroenterology and reproduction.

Scientists using a traditional microscope are onlyableto see athin veneer sliced off anoriginal sample.

Those using alaser microscope canseethe same level of detail from awhole, intact3D sample and can label all the DNA, RNAand proteins at the same time.

They can also rotate theimage to examine itfrom different angles.

“It’s also much faster, which saves money,” Mr Martin said. “It was taking hours to get one image using the old technology –this system takes a few minutes and doesn’t harm the sample.”

Mr Palmer said the microscopewas about “overcoming limitation to enable further and better investigation”.

Itcan be upgraded and tailored around a sample.

HMRI Life Governor Jennie Thomas and the Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation provided the funding.

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