Dec. 23, 2015News
Researchers have developed a new way to use atomic force microscopy to rapidly measure the mechanical properties of cells at the nanometer scale, an advance that could pave the way for better understanding immune disorders and cancer.
Dec. 04, 2015Products
Leica Microsystems has introduced HyVolution which combines super-sensitive HyD detectors with Huygens deconvolution by SVI. This combination increases confocal resolution down to 140 nm and delivers crisp multicolor images, which convey ...
Nov. 03, 2015Products
The Vertical Turn – Expanded Options: With the Leica TCS SP8 DLS, light sheet imaging becomes easy and versatile. The unique TwinFlect mirror deflects the illuminating light sheet at a 90° angle, which allows the integration of ...
Nov. 03, 2015News
A team of researchers has demonstrated a new type of imaging system that reveals the chemical composition of living tissue for medical diagnostics and cellular studies.
Oct. 27, 2015News
A new photostable fluorescent dye for super-resolution microscopy could serve as a powerful tool to visualize biological events and structural details in living cells at real-time for prolonged recording periods.
Oct. 22, 2015News
The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and its technology transfer arm EMBLEM Technology Transfer (EMBLEM) in Heidelberg announced the creation of Luxendo.
Oct. 20, 2015Products
With the Olympus cellSens imaging software offering new functions and support for the latest microscopy hardware, life science researchers can now observe and react to the most elusive events taking place within biological samples.
Jul. 21, 2015News
Using a spectroscopic imaging technique known as Raman microscopy, RIKEN researchers have discovered that the lipid sphingomyelin exhibits a gradually varying distribution in artificial membranes. In a previous collaboration, a team of ...
Jun. 19, 2015Applications
The laser presented here follows a completely new approach for 2-photon microscopy. The all-fiber laser emits sub-100-fs pulses at 780 nm and 1030 nm through one aperture and additionally generates a ‘virtual' 2-photon excitation ...
Apr. 27, 2015Products
Tescan has introduced its multimodal holographic microscope Q-PHASE. The optical microscope is based on the principle of non-coherent holography and uses white light for illumination, thus producing high quality imaging.
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