A team of researchers recently released an open-source software program that allows microscopes to automatically track and record specimens over time. As shown in this Science movie, the team used their program to capture film of A. thaliana roots growing (both vertically and on a rotating plate) and the cells inside growing zebrafish embryos. 

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