Japan Earthquake Destroys Two Of The World’s Most Powerful Microscopes

Two of the world’s most powerful microscopes suffered severe damage from a deadly earthquake that hit the western Japanese city of Osaka, causing delays in cutting-edge cell and atomic-level research, a scientist said. The two damaged units, both with …
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