Mar. 03, 2016News
Microscopy is a visual tool with multiple applications in the field of biology. Designed to serve as a bench-side practical guide for laboratory researchers, this book contains comprehensive methodology covering a ...
Feb. 29, 2016News
High-resolution cryo-electron microscopy and supercomputing have now made it possible to analyze in detail the infection mechanisms of coronaviruses. These viruses are notorious for attacking the respiratory tract of humans and animals.
Feb. 26, 2016News
This ‘before and after’ image could be thought of as stem cells’ equivalent of an advert for anti-wrinkle cream: ‘look how cells stay young!’ It shows that a molecule called microRNA-142 allows stem cells to ...
Feb. 25, 2016News
University of Colorado Boulder researchers have demonstrated the use of the world’s first ultrafast optical microscope, allowing them to probe and visualize matter at the atomic level with mind-bending speed.
Feb. 24, 2016News
New silicon platform compresses light waves past their ‘diffraction limit’ to vastly improve resolution for bio-imaging and nano lithography applications. Researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have ...
Feb. 22, 2016News
Researchers at the MIT Media Lab have developed a new imaging device that consists of a loose bundle of optical fibers, with no need for lenses or a protective housing. The fibers are connected to an array of photosensors at one end; ...
Feb. 19, 2016News
Book your seat to hear Nobel Prize winner Professor Dr Stefan Hell deliver the IET Kelvin Lecture in London on 7 April 2016, where he will talk on Optical Microscopy: The Resolution Revolution.
Feb. 16, 2016News
Modern microscopes allow capturing of detailed images and movies of cells and proteins. These image data could be used for analysis and modeling of living systems by extracting numerical parameters out of images.
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