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By Nicole Sweeney Etter

Imaging plays a key role in research across Marquette’s campus, with faculty focusing their sights on everything from the tiniest nanostructures to supernovae light years away. “We’ve had faculty working in the area of imaging in a wide variety of STEM disciplines for a number of years,” says Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, vice provost for research. “Development and use of new imaging tools will continue to be crucial in work across disciplines, ranging from atomic-level imaging for nanoscience to imaging on the human scale for biomedical applications to exploring the universe.” Read on to learn how Marquette researchers are using imaging technology to solve problems and gain new insights about our world.



Discover 2013  

Every spring DISCOVER: Marquette University Research and Scholarship showcases some of the most interesting research happening on Marquette'...

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