Abstract

Multiple scattering still remains as the ultimate barrier for in-vivo deep tissue imaging. Here, we will discuss our efforts to overcome multiple scattering and enable diffraction limited, or even subwavelength resolution imaging through highly scattering media including living biological tissue.

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