microscopist


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microscopist

 [mi-kros´ko-pist]
a person skilled in using the microscope.

microscopist

a person skilled in using a microscope.
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Furthermore, given the potential for interobserver variability, there is a theoretical possibility that the smartphone microscopist may have performed better than the light microscopist, at least for some diagnoses.
com), the Group's new online particle resource, is the first of its kind internet-based particle reference for scientists, microscopists, criminalists, and teachers engaged in the materials identification area.
Nine years as electron microscopist for Purdue University (School of Science/School of Agriculture)
Pusillo is a registered Feed Microscopist, a certified Professional Animal Scientist, and a board certified member of the American College of Animal Nutrition.
But developing the programs to run the "system" shouldn't fall on the shoulders of the microscopist.
Electron microscopists typically use electron beams instead of light to image their samples.
When combined with fluorescence, live-cell imaging allows microscopists to track movement of proteins, ions, or other species through cells by following the movement of fluorescent tags.
Ford of Eastrea, England, an expert microscopist who has actually worked with several of the microscopes that Brown himself used.
We consider Nerac and Mike Plante part of the research team here at McCrone Associates," explained Joe Barabe, Senior Research Microscopist, McCrone Associates.
It is the first time that you can look at biological samples in real-time at that resolution," remarks physicist and scanning probe microscopist Kumar Wickramasinghe of IBM's Thomas J.
It has been predicted that the algorithms used in AlphaGo "will be incredibly useful in medical research, diagnosis, [and] complex treatment planning" (5)--which is where the future of the microscopist comes in.