Apr. 04, 2013
Dr. Keith Bennett, Senior Technician at Hamamatsu Photonics introduces ORCA-Flash4.0 V2. This digital camera has two scan speeds, a lightsheet readout mode and individualized documentation.
moreApr. 03, 2013
Prof. Dr. Ernst Stelzer, Institute of Cell Biology and Neuroscience, Goethe University Frankfurt, Dr. Sebastian Pfeiffer, CEO, da-cons and Dr. moreJun. 21, 2012
Next generation of spinning disk confocal microscopy - reduced crosstalk, whole mount specimen imaging at high magnification, 25 µm pinhole technology - presented at ELMI Meeting 2012 in Leuven, Belgium by Helmut Wurm from Visitron Systems.
This webcast was live recorded at ELMI 2012. moreMay. 15, 2012
Dr. Boris Zarda from Leica Microsystems shows the differences of confocal microscopy and STED microscopy on the basis of different examples. moreMay. 08, 2012
Understanding how a protein moves around a cell helps researchers understand the protein's function and the cellular mechanisms for making and processing proteins. This information also helps researchers study disease, which at a cellular level may mean that a protein is malfunctioning, stops being made, or is sent to the wrong part of the cell. But nanoparticle probes that are too big can disrupt a protein's normal activities. moreSep. 29, 2011
The U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and Nanofactory Instruments, a Swedish company that develops and markets scanning probe microscopy instrumentation, have received the 2011 Microscopy Today Innovation Award. Microscopy Today is an academic journal owned by the Microscopy Society of America, an affiliate of the American Institute of Physics and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and published by Cambridge University Press. moreSep. 07, 2011
Ernst Ruska Awardees of 2011 are Dr. Johan Verbeeck for his work on "EELS quantification and electron vortex beams" and Prof. Dr. David Mastronarde for "a versatile software for tomographic reconstruction of electron microscopy data sets". The prize-giving took place at the opening session of the Microscopy Conference in Kiel, Germany on August 29 and was done by the president of the German Society of electron microscopy Prof. Dr. Reinhard Rachel, University of Regensburg, Germany. moreJul. 11, 2011
Most experiments need to be repeated at least three times for data accuracy and statistical significance. Whether you are using a lamp system, LED or laser source, measuring the illumination power is a critical step in ensuring consistent conditions. In this short video presentation, Dr. Kavita Aswani is introducing a power measurement system enabling consistent and repeatable illumination throughout research experiments.