Feb. 12, 2015
Research efforts addressing the global challenge of Diabetes Mellitus are very much dependent on applying advanced microscopy technologies, but such equipment can often be inaccessible for many researchers. Addressing the everyday demands of life science research groups, a new category of compact all-in-one confocal microscope has emerged to enable students and professors alike to achieve highquality results.
moreJan. 19, 2015
Zeiss has introduced Zeiss LSM 800, a compact confocal laser scanning microscope for high-end confocal imaging. With highly sensitive GaAsP detector technology and fast linear scanning, the system provides high image quality and offers enhanced productivity and throughput, as well as greater flexibility in live cell imaging.
moreDec. 27, 2014
The report segments the global microscopy market by product, application, end user, and geography. The optical microscopy segment accounted for the largest share of the global microscopy market, by product. However, the electron microscopes segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the forecast period. Super-resolution microscopes are the key playing field in the microscopy product market, owing to ongoing technological advancements in this segment.
moreDec. 01, 2014
Accurate surface analysis is essential in industry and research to help ensure optimal performance of materials and components. But there are challenges: surfaces can be made up of intricate structures with highly sloping areas demanding lateral resolution of a few microns, or critical micro peaks and valleys requiring vertical analysis on the sub-nanometer scale. This is why the Leica DCM8 unites different techniques into one super-fast 3D measurement system - delivering one solution for your metrology analysis.
moreAug. 24, 2014
Confocal laser scanning microscopes (CLMs) are renowned for their sectioning capability. This feature is enabled by the use of pinhole, which rejects out-of-focus light. Less appreciated, on the other hand, is the gain in lateral resolution by this type of microscopes for one obvious reason.
moreJul. 31, 2014
Carl Zeiss Microscopy has released LSM 880 with Airyscan. The confocal laser scanning microscope enables fast and high sensitivity super-resolution microscopy in x, y and z, and high image-acquisition speed in one system.
With the new confocal technology, users achieve a 1.7x higher resolution in all spatial dimensions, 140 nm laterally and 400 nm axially. The improved sensitivity leads to better image quality and increased speed. The whole imaging process is possible with standard sample preparation and labeling protocols.
moreJul. 14, 2014
Widefield fluorescence, confocal, and multiphoton microscopy push the boundaries of knowledge. Current capabilities of fluorescence microscopy are enabled by the availability of accurate mechanical components, many detector options, diverse light sources, precise optical filters, and high-quality objective lenses. Today's researchers are leveraging advances in components to improve microscopy.
moreMar. 28, 2014
WITec and Tescan have introduced RISE Microscopy, a correlative microscopy technique which combines confocal Raman Imaging and Scanning Electron (RISE) Microscopy within one integrated microscope system.
moreMar. 27, 2014
RISE Microscopy is a novel correlative microscopy technique that combines Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and confocal Raman Imaging. Through RISE Microscopy ultra-structural surface properties can be linked to molecular compound information.
moreMar. 19, 2014
TOPTICA's iChrome MLE is more than just the sum of four lasers in one box: it fully integrates different lasers and enhances them with unique features!
The system delivers highest output powers up to 100 mW - from a single-mode polarization-maintaining fiber. All laser parameters can be conveniently operated via one control interface.