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Optical nanofiber 'hears' bacteria swim, cancer cells move

from The San Diego Union-Tribune

At the macroscopic level that's familiar to us, birds chirp, whales sing and we talk. But at the microscopic level, our cells pulsate, bacteria swim and pressure waves ripple on a scale we can't reach. UC San Diego engineers have developed a tool to access that realm: an optical nanofiber that deforms in response to ultra-minute forces, sending patterns of light detectable by a microscope. more

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