microscopist


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microscopist

[mī′kräs·kə‚pist]
(science and technology)
An individual skilled in the use of the microscope.
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The average phone microscopy diagnosis rate was approximately 18 to 20 specimens every 30 minutes, while the light microscopist averaged 15 minutes for that number.
Barabe, director of scientific imaging and research microscopist for McCrone Associates, who specializes in art analysis and mentored under Dr.
by recruiting instruments and electron microscopists working in other departments, e.
Microscopists were no more welcoming, says Gimzewski, a physicist at IBM's Zurich Research Laboratory in Ruschlikon, Switzerland, where the scanning tunneling microscope (STM) was invented by his colleagues.
A highly trained technical microscopist, Kolb realized that the microscope had great unrealized potential as a visual tool -- and as a means of artistic expression.
The McCrone Division, established in 1960, offers one of the most complete lines of products and accessories for the optical microscopist.
Wile proper funding and equipment is paramount for laboratory growth, so too is the personal initiative to secure those funds and facility tools in the first place, according to electron microscopist Debby Sherman.
Board Certified Animal Nutritionist, registered Feed Microscopist and certified Professional Animal Scientist Dr.
But in this demanding environment, the microscopist wants a readily usable tool.
Carbon soot, when subjected to intense high-energy beams of electrons, transforms into nested layers of spheres, says Daniel Ugarte, an electron microscopist at the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne in Switzerland.
Neither the microscopist nor HPV DNA analysis can detect pre-cancerous (dysplasia) nor cancer cells, nor the viruses associated with the cancer, if they are not included in the sample sent to the lab.
It also means that computer speed, deconvolution software, and display technologies will continue to take the microscopist away from visual observation and toward electronic image restoration and manipulation.