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Arizona State University: Plasmonic Resonance Microscopy System
Aug. 14, 2013

Arizona State University: Plasmonic Resonance Microscopy System

Peering through a homemade instrument-toy-like by today's standards-the Dutch tradesman Antony van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) first observed a dizzying menagerie of lifeforms, invisible to the naked eye. Since then, scientists have steadily refined the field of microscopy, achieving spectacular results at ever-tinier scales.
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Integrating an Optical Profilometer in a Raman Microscope
Oct. 18, 2012

Integrating an Optical Profilometer in a Raman Microscope

Witec has announced the availability of its TrueSurface microscopy as an integrated option for the alpha300 microscope series.

This development enables topographic Raman Imaging on large samples for the full range of Witec instruments. The imaging mode is also available as an upgrade for installed alpha300 and alpha500 systems. more
Live Cell High Speed Imaging
Jun. 15, 2012

Live Cell High Speed Imaging

Andor Technology has launched the Revolution XD spinning disk confocal family, a flexible system solutions focused on live cell high speed imaging. more
Imaging Software from Molecular Devices is Integrated in Andor´s Revolution DSD
Feb. 17, 2012

Imaging Software from Molecular Devices is Integrated in Andor´s Revolution DSD

Andor Technology has announced that they come together with Molecular Devices to integrate the imaging software solution Metamorph NX in Andor´s confocal imaging unit Revolution DSD. more
Leica TCS CARS: First Confocal System With CARS Imaging
Feb. 16, 2012

Leica TCS CARS: First Confocal System With CARS Imaging

Leica Microsystems and APE, Berlin have developed a fully integrated confocal system with the capability for CARS (Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering) imaging, the Leica TCS CARS.
The microscope system is based on the Leica TCS SP5 II and benefits from imaging at video rate and a resolution of 8 x 8 Mpx for morphological studies. more
Multi Color Laser Light Source for Super Resolution Microscopy
Nov. 15, 2011

Multi Color Laser Light Source for Super Resolution Microscopy

The Agilent Monolithic Laser Combiner MLC 400, distributed by Laser 2000 Europe, is a perfect solution for confocal, super resolution and fluorescence microscopy. Long-life DPSS and diode lasers are efficiently combined in a single output fiber, which is coupled to the microscope. With the integrated AOTF fast switching between the wavelengths and fast regulation of the output power is possible.
The unique design includes permanent factory alignment. No more losing time with adjusting lasers instead of taking microscope images. more
Andor Introduces a Two Camera Imaging Adapter
Mar. 04, 2011

Andor Introduces a Two Camera Imaging Adapter

Andor Technology has launched TuCam, a high performance, two-camera adapter for macro or microscopic imaging applications.

TuCam can be configured for simultaneous imaging from two similar cameras or as a switch between camera models with different imaging capabilities. The solution is particularly suited for the detection of two different fluorophores in experiments such as co-localization FRET or ratiometric ion signalling. more
Nikon launches Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope
Jan. 31, 2011

Nikon launches Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope

Nikon Instruments has launched the next generation Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope for entry and mid-level confocal imaging. more
Jan. 26, 2011

SAXS Studies: "University of Manitoba Selected Linkam Stage"

Linkam Scientific Instruments, have been chosen by the Chemistry Department of the University of Manitoba to characterize liquid crystal composites conjunction with SAXS. more
EMCCD Camera for High-Speed, High-Sensitivity Imaging
Sep. 28, 2010

EMCCD Camera for High-Speed, High-Sensitivity Imaging

QImaging announces the release of the Rolera EM-C2 EMCCD microscopy camera. Engineered for high-sensitivity and high-speed performance in low-light imaging applications, the Rolera EM-C2 camera aids researchers in applications such as spinning-disc confocal imaging, Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy, ratiometric ion imaging and Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching (FRAP).
Fast frame rates essential to cutting-edge live cell imaging studies are enabled by the camera's 40 MHz pixel clock rate. more
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