Viral video: literally

Researchers at Duke University developed a way to track a virus in ‘4D’ (as it attacks a cell) using a high-speed 3D tracking feedback mechanism and fluorescent marking. Pretty wicked!

How to Catch a Virus


Serendipity. I was just listening to an interview about this on the Quirks and Quarks podcast while I was out walking the dog.

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Hah! Same here. Looked it up while working on some photos and thought others might enjoy seeing it too. Been a Q&Q listener for over 40 years. Alas, it’s one of the few CBC Radio shows left that measures up to the network’s quality programming of its past. [sigh]

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