Several faculty members have published their microscopy images/data with their collaborator(s) or students recently. Here are three highlights.
Devin K. Hoffman, Jess A. Miller-Camp, and Andrew B. Heckert. Tooth enamel microstructure in North American Phytosauria (Diapsida:Archosauriformes): Implications for biogeography and ecology of a Late Triassic clade of crocodylian-like predators. Palaeontologia Electronica, October 2021.
Kevin A. Zwetsloot, R. Andrew Shanely, Joshua S. Godwin and Charles F. Hodgman. Phytoecdysteroids Accelerate Recovery of Skeletal Muscle Function Following in vivo Eccentric Contraction-Induced Injury in Adult and Old Mice. Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences, November 2021
Phytoecdysteroids Accelerate Recovery of Skeletal Muscle Function Following in vivo Eccentric Contraction-Induced Injury in Adult and Old Mice
JSF Levine and JM Rahl. Subgrain Boundaries as Sites of Melt Generation and Pathways for Melt Flow: Implications for Rheology From Combined Chemical and Quantitative Orientation Analysis. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, May 2021