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Research methods/Microscopy/Time lapse microscopy

Call it a paradox of time.

Technology is producing amazing digital teaching resources that can enhance student learning and save time for always-busy teaching faculty at U.S. colleges and universities, but often the instructors don’t have time to find the resources, learn the technologies, and put them to use.

For his novel research to obtain high-resolution images of biological cells and tissues, Mark Bates has been named the 2010 Grand Prize winner for the GE & Science Prize for Young Life Scientists. The annual competition, which includes a grand-prize award of $25,000, is supported by GE Healthcare and the journal Science, which is published by AAAS, the nonprofit science society.