Shinya Inoué, Pioneer in Microscopy and Imaging of Live Cells, Dies at 98


shinya-inoue-06-by-tom-kleindinst-sliderWOODS HOLE, Mass.—With great sadness, the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) announces the passing of Shinya Inoué, Ph.D., former MBL Trustee and pioneering innovator in microscopy and live-cell imaging, on Sept. 30 in Falmouth, Mass. He was 98 years old. A Celebration of Shinya Inoué’s Life will be held at the MBL on October 26, 2019, […]

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