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Surmounting photon limits and motion artifacts for biological dynamics imaging via dual-perspective self-supervised learning
Binglin Shen, Chenggui Luo, Wen Pang, Yajing Jiang, Wenbo Wu, Rui Hu, Junle Qu, Bobo Gu, and Liwei Liu
Visualizing rapid biological dynamics like neuronal signaling and microvascular flow is crucial yet challenging due to photon noise and motion artifacts. Here we present a deep learning framework for enhancing the spatiotemporal relations of optical microscopy data. Our approach leverages correlations of mirrored persp
  • Publication Date: Jan. 05, 2024
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1, 1 (2024)
Reconfigurable flexible metasurfaces: from fundamentals towards biomedical applications
Jiangtao Tian, and Wenhan Cao
  • Publication Date: Jan. 22, 2024
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1, 2 (2024)
Observation of single-molecule Raman spectroscopy enabled by synergic electromagnetic and chemical enhancement
Haiyao Yang, Haoran Mo, Jianzhi Zhang, Lihong Hong, and Zhi-Yuan Li
There has been a long fundamental pursuit to enhance and levitate the Raman scattering signal intensity of molecule by a huge number of ~ 14–15 orders of magnitude, to the level comparable with the molecule fluorescence intensity and truly entering the regime of single-molecule Raman spectroscopy. In this work we repor
  • Publication Date: Feb. 29, 2024
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1, 3 (2024)
Self-supervised denoising for multimodal structured illumination microscopy enables long-term super-resolution live-cell imaging
Xingye Chen, Chang Qiao, Tao Jiang, Jiahao Liu, Quan Meng, Yunmin Zeng, Haoyu Chen, Hui Qiao, Dong Li, and Jiamin Wu
Detection noise significantly degrades the quality of structured illumination microscopy (SIM) images, especially under low-light conditions. Although supervised learning based denoising methods have shown prominent advances in eliminating the noise-induced artifacts, the requirement of a large amount of high-quality t
  • Publication Date: Mar. 01, 2024
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1, 4 (2024)
Vacuum-ultraviolet (λ < 200 nm) photodetector array
Siqi Zhu, Zhuogeng Lin, Zhao Wang, Lemin Jia, Naiji Zhang, and Wei Zheng
  • Publication Date: Mar. 13, 2024
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1, 5 (2024)
Ultrafast laser one-step construction of 3D micro-/nanostructures achieving high-performance zinc metal anodes
Yanan Liu, Ye Ding, Zeping Liu, Xingchen Li, Sichao Tian, Lishuang Fan, Jichang Xie, Liangliang Xu, Jinwoo Lee, Jian Li, and Lijun Yang
Aqueous zinc-ion batteries provide a most promising alternative to the existing lithium-ion batteries due to their high theoretical capacity, intrinsic safety, and low cost. However, commercializing aqueous zinc-ion batteries suffer from dendritic growth and side reactions on the surface of metallic zinc, resulting in
  • Publication Date: Mar. 19, 2024
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1, 6 (2024)
Visualizing cortical blood perfusion after photothrombotic stroke in vivo by needle-shaped beam optical coherence tomography angiography
Xiangyu Guo, Jingjing Zhao, Liqun Sun, Varun Gupta, Lin Du, Komal Sharma, Aidan Vleck, Kaitlyn Liang, Liangcai Cao, Lingjie Kong, Yuanmu Yang, Yong Huang, Adam Zerda, and Guofan Jin
Optical imaging techniques provide low-cost, non-radiative images with high spatiotemporal resolution, making them advantageous for long-term dynamic observation of blood perfusion in stroke research and other brain studies compared to non-optical methods. However, high-resolution imaging in optical microscopy fundamen
  • Publication Date: Mar. 27, 2024
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1, 7 (2024)
Three-channel robust optical encryption via engineering coherence Stokes vector of partially coherent light
Yonglei Liu, Zhen Dong, Yimeng Zhu, Haiyun Wang, Fei Wang, Yahong Chen, and Yangjian Cai
  • Publication Date: Apr. 03, 2024
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1, 8 (2024)