Yesterday Stanford chemistry professor W.E. Moerner, PhD, was named a co-winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in super-resolution microscopy. In the video above, his colleagues - including Stanford Medicine's own Lucy Shapiro, PhD, - share their thoughts on his work and the win. "The ability to now look at... mechanisms in a living cell is simply amazing," Shapiro concluded.
Previously: Breaking the light barrier in medical microscopy: More on today’s Nobel-winning work and For third year in row, a Stanford faculty member wins the Nobel Prize in Chemistry