Tag Archives: imaging

3D object reconstruction from random orientations

The featured item this time is “Structure from Fleeting Illumination of Faint Spinning Objects in Flight with Application to Single Molecules” by Russell Fung and co-authors at U Wisconsin Milwaukee. The promise of solving atomic-resolution 3D structure of biological proteins … Continue reading

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two PRLs on x-ray phasing

Two new PRLs are dealing with x-ray phasing. The first paper is de Jonge et al., “Quantitative Phase Imaging with a Scanning Transmission X-Ray Microscope” Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 163902 (2008). Typically the differential phase contrast measurements become non-trivial for … Continue reading

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Dark-field X-ray Phase Contrast Imaging

This week’s featured paper is the paper by Franz Pfeiffer and colleagues at Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland: Hard-X-ray dark-field imaging using a grating interferometer, Nature Materials 7, 134 – 137 (2008) . This Nature Materials paper is related to … Continue reading

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