Can we expect microscopy go 3D instead of 2D...not only light but electron microscopy

Can anyone tell someone working on microscopy in depth from light microscopy to electron microscopy to atomic force microscopy… And making this microscopy into 3D for better understanding?? Please … anyone?

Not sure if I completely understand your question, but 3D (even 4D, 3D over time) has been happening for a long time and continues to improve! Cheers.

There’s an overview of some 3D electron microscopy techniques for bioimaging here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0968432814000250

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