Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry 2014 - Stefan Hell

The physicist Stefan Hell, who has been awarded this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry, brought about a revolution in the field of microscopy with his discovery. In this portrait of the scientist, you will find out about his achievements which led to a new class of light microscope that can probe far deeper into the molecular scale of life. In 2011 Hell received the Hansen Family Award from the Bayer Science and Education Foundation for his achievements. Visit our channel for more interesting videos about science and research:

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