2020 Life Sciences prize from the European Microscopy Society awarded to Emmanuel Beaurepaire
Congratulations to Emmanuel Beaurepaire, CNRS Research Director from the Laboratory for Optics and Biosciences CNRS-INSERM-Polytechnique, and member of France BioImaging Ile de France Sud Node, who has been awarded the 2020 Life Sciences prize from the European Microscopy Society for his outstanding achievements in:
“the fields of developmental biology and neurobiology by development of novel, cutting-edge light microscopy techniques. Notably, he pushed forward methods of deep-tissue imaging, with important application potential for insights into developing small model systems and for brain imaging, using advanced techniques such as multicolor two-photon excitation, third-harmonic generation imaging, adaptive optics, pulse shaping, etc. “
On August 27th, 2020, Emmanuel presented his work during the award ceremony during the EMS General Assembly, which has been held by visioconference this year.