The December 2022 issue of the Journal of Microscopy is a special issue featuring papers by Early Career researchers, “A Lens on the Future: Next Generation Microscopy by Next Generation Microscopists”.

The issue features research articles from across the ECR career spectrum and it was facilitated with support from the Royal Microscopical Society Early Career committee. The issue was guest edited by Dr Laura Clark, University of York, UK, and Dr Liam Rooney, University of Strathclyde, UK. 

This issue features the following papers:

Evaluation of correlated studies using liquid cell and cryo-transmission electron microscopy: Hydration of calcium sulphate and the phase transformation pathways of bassanite to gypsum. M. Ilett, H. M. Freeman, Z. Aslam, J. M. Galloway, D. P. Klebl, S. P. Muench, I. J. McPherson, O. Cespedes, Y-Y. Kim, F. C. Meldrum, S. R. Yeandel, C. L. Freeman, J. H. Harding, R. M. D. Brydson
Trainable segmentation for transmission electron microscope images of inorganic nanoparticles. Cameron G. Bell, Kevin P. Treder, Judy S. Kim, Manfred E. Schuster, Angus I. Kirkland, Thomas J. A. Slater

Ultrastructural characterisation of young and aged dental enamel by atomic force microscopy. Camila Leiva-Sabadini, Christina MAP Schuh, Nelson P. Barrera, Sebastian Aguayo
Multimodal image reconstruction from tomographic diffraction microscopy data. Riadh Abbessi, Nicolas Verrier, Asemare Mengistie Taddese, Steve Laroche, Matthieu Debailleul, Mohamed Lo, Jean-Baptiste Courbot, Olivier Haeberlé

Towards super-resolved terahertz microscopy for cellular imaging. Rocco D’Antuono, John W. Bowen
Fluorescence fluctuation-based super-resolution microscopy: Basic concepts for an easy start
Alma Alva, Eduardo Brito-Alarcón, Alejandro Linares, Esley Torres-García, Haydee O. Hernández, Raúl Pinto-Cámara, Damián Martínez, Paul Hernández-Herrera, Rocco D’Antuono, Christopher Wood, Adán Guerrero

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