Ultimate microscopy without lenses

All Transmission Electron Microscope Images are resolution limited by the aberrations of the objective lens. This project aims to develop radical new approaches to overcoming these limitations by processing diffraction data thus avoiding the need for a good (or even any) lens. The approaches developed will form part of a multi University program and the Diamond Synchrotron investigating imaging and diffraction using a variety of radiation sources.

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