Machine learning reduces microscope data processing time from months to just seconds

Ever since the world’s first ever microscope was invented in 1590 by Hans and Zacharias Janssen—a Dutch father and son—our curiosity for what goes on at the tiniest scales has led to development of increasingly powerful devices. Fast forward to 2021, we not only have optical microscopy methods that allow us to see tiny particles in higher resolution than ever before, we also have non-optical techniques, such as scanning force microscopes, with which researchers can construct detailed maps of a range of physical and chemical properties.

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