Optical Slices - Two Ways - Confocal and Digital Light Sheet Imaging… more

X-Ray Imaging: Visualizing Structural Damage in Lithium-Ion Batteries (Image credit: Ulrike Bösenberg/DESY)… more

Laser Technology: Solution-Grown Nanowires Make the Best Lasers (Photo: Song Jin)… more

Laboratory Soft X-Ray Microscopy - An Application in Life Science… more

Decoding the Connectome: New Staining Method for Mapping whole Mouse Brain

Learning, it is widely believed, is based on changes in the connections between nerve cells. Knowing which nerve cells are connected to which other ...
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X-Ray Imaging: Visualizing Structural Damage in Lithium-Ion Batteries

X-Ray Imaging: Charging lithium-ion batteries too quickly can permanently reduce the battery capacity. Portions of the energy storage structure are ...
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Super-Resolution Microscopy: Visualizing Herpes Virus with Multi-Color dSTORM

Although super-resolution light microscopy has broken new ground in our understanding of subcellular structures and the movement of individual ...
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Laser Technology: Solution-Grown Nanowires Make the Best Lasers

Laser Technology: Take a material that is a focus of interest in the quest for advanced solar cells. Discover a "freshman chemistry level" technique ...
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Delong Introduces LVEM25 Desktop Transmission Electron Microscope

Delong America has introduced LVEM25, a low voltage desktop electron microscope with variable voltage (6-25kV) and high resolution imaging ...
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Applied Scientific Instrumentation Introduces it´s CRISP Autofocus System

The CRISP Autofocus System from Applied Scientific Instrumentation is designed to maintain focus over time, i.e. compensate for thermal & other ...
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PCO Provides the World’s Widest Range of sCMOS-cameras

With the addition of two new models, PCO now provides eight sCMOS-cameras, one for almost every application. The new pco.edge 3.1 and pco.edge 4.2LT ...
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iXon Ultra 888: World’s Fastest Megapixel Back-illuminated EMCCD

The highly innovative iXon Ultra 888 is the world's fastest Megapixel, Back-illuminated EMCCD camera, offering exceptional frame rates and single ...
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Optical Slices - Two Ways

Optical imaging instrumentation can magnify tiny objects, zoom in on distant stars and reveal details, inaccessible to the naked eye. But it ...
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Scientists Like it Fast

In point of care diagnostics, the so called "Lab-on-a-Chip" devices proved that they have huge advantages compared to normal large scale ...
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A Perfect Match

Capturing and documenting a true-to-life representation of your sample is an important aspect of microscopy, achieved using the digital camera. ...
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Laboratory Soft X-Ray Microscopy

An Application in Life Science

Soft X-ray microscopy in the water window has the advantage of a high spatial resolution as well as a good contrast and high penetration depth within ...
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PACM: Photoacoustic Computed Microscopy

A Label-Free Functional Microscopic Technique

Photoacoustic Computed Microscopy (PACM) is a new label-free microscopic method that combines current photoacoustic microscopy technique with a ...
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OM - SEM/EDS - µFT-IR Synergy

Rapid Palette Identification of Paintings Cross-Sections

Microscopy represents a fundamental method for cultural heritage materials research and it is essential for paintings cross-sections investigation. ...
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Subsurface Imaging of Soft Matter by AFM

Depth Modulation and Compositional Mapping by Trimodal AFM

In recent years, a variety of dynamic force microscopy techniques have been developed to obtain surface compositional contrast and extract material ...
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