Paul Larson, left, and Matthew Barre of Daylight Solutions stand by their Quantum Cascade Laser microscope. Previous instruments of its kind were much larger in size.

Paul Larson, left, and Matthew Barre of Daylight Solutions stand by their Quantum Cascade Laser microscope. Previous instruments of its kind were much larger in size. Photo by Brittany Meilling

When Paul Larson first demonstrated the world’s newest laser-based microscope for tissue diagnostics and cancer research, the observers flipped over the table cloth and peered beneath the desk...

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