Nov. 18, 2013
We propose a new durable multi-dimensional ruler for the calibration and the alignment of fluorescence microscopes (wide-field, confocal, multiphoton), thanks to non-photo-bleaching fluorescent sub-micrometer patterns embedded in glass in three dimensions. This new and robust tool enables the measurement of stage repositioning, detector's features, illumination homogeneity, both lateral and axial resolutions as well as the spectral shape, intensity and lifetime response of the system.
moreNov. 05, 2013
Craic Technologies has introduced the 508 PV UV-visible-NIR spectrophotometer for your microscope.
moreMay. 17, 2013
The group of Professor Markus Arndt at the University of Vienna, Austria, has shown the diffraction of single, massive molecules at a grating in an unambiguous demonstration of the wave-particle duality of quantum physics.
moreFeb. 14, 2013
Molecular Devices has introduced SpectraMax i3 Multi-Mode Microplate Detection Platform.
The system is available as a stand-alone reader with the option for users to upgrade to additional applications and detection modes such as cellular imaging with the SpectraMax MiniMax Imaging Cytometer, and cartridges for Time-Resolved Fluorescence, Fluorescence Polarization, and AlphaScreen assays.
moreFeb. 20, 2012
Lambda Square Mapping and FLIM: Leica Microsystems has developed Lambda Square Mapping (λ2) and FLIM for the comprehensive and easy characterization of complex fluorescent sample.
moreJan. 17, 2012
Hamamatsu Photonics introduces the world's first Gen II sCMOS camera, the ORCA-Flash4.0. It simultaneously provides high sensitivity (over 70% QE at 600 nm), very low noise (1.3 electrons), and fast frame rates (100 frames/s). This versatile camera is suitable for many applications including super-resolution microscopy, TIRF microscopy and FRET.
moreDec. 13, 2011
Hamamatsu Photonics introduces the world's first Gen II sCMOS camera, the ORCA-Flash4.0. It simultaneously provides high sensitivity (over 70% QE at 600 nm), very low noise (1.3 electrons), and fast frame rates (100 frames/s).
This versatile camera is suitable for many applications including super-resolution microscopy, TIRF microscopy and FRET.
moreDec. 08, 2011
Cobolt has released the Cobolt MLD Series lasers, high performance laser diode modules covering a spectral range between 405 and 660 nm.
moreAug. 15, 2011
Carl Zeiss MicroImaging has granted a sublicense for patents relating to LED fluorescence excitation in microscopy to Prior Scientific Ltd., Cambridge, UK. The sublicense is effective retroactively from June, 2011.
moreJun. 21, 2011
Stanford researchers have developed an improved imaging method using fluorescent carbon nanotubes that create color images centimeters beneath the skin with far more clarity than conventional dyes provide. For a creature the size of a mouse, a few centimeters makes a great difference.