Nov. 17, 2017Applications
The last few decades in scanning electron microscopy development were mainly dedicated to achieving higher resolution and more sophisticated detection capabilities. However, acquisition speed improvements were not the focus and the time to ...
Dec. 22, 2015Products
Zeiss has introduced it´s MultiSEM 506 which features 91 beams working in parallel and increases the throughput of the Zeiss MultiSEM 505 by a factor of three.
Nov. 04, 2014Products
Zeiss will introduce the world's fastest scanning electron microscope (SEM) to an international audience at this year's Neurosience in Washington, D.C.
Aug. 13, 2014News
A team of Stanford scientists has developed an entirely non-invasive technique that provides a view of blood flow in the brain. The tool could provide powerful insights into strokes and possibly Alzheimer's disease. Results have been ...
Jun. 26, 2014Webcast
Bio-X scientists have improved on their original technique for peering into the intact brain, making it more reliable and safer. The results could help scientists unravel the inner connections of how thoughts, memories or diseases arise.
May. 28, 2014News
An efficient method for whole-brain imaging at high-resolution makes it possible to visualize gene expression profiles, circuits and fine neuronal structures throughout the brain. Imaging of an entire brain at the resolution of single ...
Apr. 17, 2014News
A new $1 million multiphoton microscope will allow University of Otago medical scientists to peer into living brain cells for the first time, and to study the development of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's.
Apr. 23, 2012Products
The Olympus XLSLPLN25XSVMP SCALEVIEW 25x objective lens has an 8 mm working distance, enabling the deep imaging of tissues, without the need for potentially damaging micro-dissections.
Apr. 04, 2012Products
A challenge in neuroscience research is to understand the mechanisms underlying synapse formation and how nerve cells contact each other to transmit information.
May. 03, 2010News
Researchers have developed a way to enhance how brain tumors appear in MRI scans and during surgery, making the tumors easier for surgeons to identify and remove. Scientists at Ohio State University, USA are experimenting with different ...
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