Light-field paper chosen for IMP time-capsule
A few months ago, Böhringer Ingelheim, the main sponsor of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), has announced the decision to build a new, state-of-the-art research building for the IMP over the next two years, investing over 50 million Euros in basic research (read the press release here).
Recently, the ground breaking ceremony took place at the Vienna BioCenter. During this event, as is often practice, a time-capsule was embedded into the foundation. For this time-capsule, three recent and ‘high-impact’ IMP papers were chosen by the Scientific Directorate, exemplifying the excellent and diverse research undertaken at the IMP. It is therefore a great honor that our recent light-field deconvolution microscopy (LFDM) paper was chosen for this purpose! A press release about the ceremony can be found here, and let’s hope the time-capsule will fulfill its purpose and future generations will chuckle at the state-of-the-art microscopes of our time.