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Archived print edition

Imaging & Microscopy , Issue 1, 2011

Publishing Date: Mar. 29, 2011

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CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

page 3


I&M NEWS TICKER
page 6


EVENT CALENDAR
page 8

ANNOUNCEMENTS


6th International Congress on Electron Tomography
EMBL Advanced Training Centre, Heidelberg, Germany, 5 - 8 May 2011
page 10


11th International ELMI Meeting / Workshop
Alexandroupolis, Greece, 7th - 10th of June 2011
page 10


Scandem 2011
Oulu, Finland, June 8 -10, 2011
page 11


RMS IN FOCUS


From the Classroom to the European Stage
A. Winton
page 12


NEWS FROM EMS


EMS Newsletter 32, February 2011
Prof. Dr. D. Schryvers
page 14


BOOK REVIEW

A History of Photography with the Light Microscope
Book Review from Jeremy Sanderson
page 15


INTERVIEW

Imaging Molecules with Atomic Force Microscopy
Measurements with CO-functional Tips
Dr. L. Gross and Dr. G. Meyer
page 16

COVER STORY

Advanced Flexible Microscopy
Built by Your Needs
Olympus Europe
page 18


LIGHT MICROSCOPY

Abnormal Cells Under Investigation

Hyper-spectral Imaging of M-FISH Preparations
Dipl.-Ing. T. Arnold
page 20


Live-Cell Super-Resolution with dSTORM
Fluorescence Nanoscopy in Living Cells with Photoswitchable Dyes
Dr. M. Heilemann et al.
page 24


Restless Receptors
New Insights into the Dynamic Organization of Synapses
A. Schué and Dr. D. Choquet
page 28


Intracellular Localisation of Fluorescently Labelled Nanoparticles
Laser Scanning Microscopy with Image Restoration Analysis
PD Dr. B. Rothen-Rutishauser et al.
page 30


3D Image Acquisition
New Closed Loop Drive Technology for Highest Z-Stack Precision
N.A. Friedrich
page 34

ADVERTORIAL
Ibidi
page 36


SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY

Looking Inside Molecules
Imaging with Scanning Tunneling Hydrogen Microscopy
Dr. R. Temirov
page 38


Hyperbaric Atomic Force Microscopy
System Performance and Biological Applications
Helen A. McNally PhD and Dr. D. D'Agostino
page 41


Tensile Testing of Microstructures
An Easy Method to Study the Mechanical Properties of Microsamples
Dr. T. Scherer et al.
page 44


ELECTRON MICORSCOPY

ESEM in Plant Sciences
A. Versatile Tool to Study Native and Hydrated Plant Surfaces
Dr. E. Stabentheiner
page 48


Moving On
Toward Real Time ESEM Imaging of Biological Processes
Dr. J. E. McGregor
page 52


I&M SHOWCASES
Leica
page 54


PRODUCTS
page 55


INDEX/IMPRINT
Inside Back Cover

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