| 40 An electrically pumped polariton laser is constructed using a quantum well microcavity, and its polaritonic nature is demonstrated unambiguously by using a magnetic field to probe the part-light, part-matter character of the system.
39 High-resolution imaging has traditionally required thin sectioning, a process that disrupts long-range connectivity in the case of brains: here, intact mouse brains and human brain samples have been made fully transparent and macromolecule permeable using a new method termed CLARITY, which allows for intact-tissue imaging as well as repeated antibody labelling and in situ hybridization of non-sectioned tissue.
38 3D Computational Imaging with Single-Pixel Detectors.
37 Spin-Optical Metamaterial Route to Spin-Controlled Photonics.
36 A thin polymer membrane, nano-suit, enhancing survival across the continuum between air and high vacuum.
35 Single-nanoparticle phase transitions visualized by four-dimensional electron microscopy.
34 Digital cameras with designs inspired by the arthropod eye.
33 A bright monomeric green fluorescent protein derived from Branchiostoma lanceolatum.
32 Whole-brain functional imaging at cellular resolution using light-sheet microscopy.
31 Optical magnetic imaging of living cells.
30 Single-cell label-free photoacoustic flowoxigraphy in vivo.
29 A multi-directional backlight for a wide-angle, glasses-free three-dimensional display.
28 Tip-Enhanced Raman Imaging: An Emergent Tool for Probing Biology at the Nanoscale.
27 Magnetic resonance fingerprinting.
26 DMD-based LED-illumination Super-resolution and optical sectioning microscopy.
25 On-Chip Thin Film Zernike Phase Plate for In-Focus Transmission Electron Microscopy Imaging of Organic Materials.
24 Noninvasive Optical Imaging of Nanomedicine Biodistribution.
23 Metamaterial-based sensors can be used for compressive image reconstruction.
22 Implantable, multifunctional, bioresorbable optics.
21 On-chip transformation optics for multimode waveguide bends.