Nov. 21, 2017News
A simple way to harness the incredible brightness of quantum dots—tiny fluorescent semiconductor crystals—and realize highly sensitive molecular imaging of cancer cells and other biomedical targets has been developed by ...
Dec. 05, 2016News
Advance in biomedical imaging: The Biocenter of the University of Würzburg in close collaboration with the University of Copenhagen has developed an alternative approach to fluorescent tagging of proteins. The new probes are practicable ...
Aug. 09, 2013News
A device that could speed up medical imaging without breaking the bank has been built by Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley. The key ingredient is molybdenum disulfide, or MoS2, an engine lubricant which has been sold in ...
Feb. 02, 2012News
Limitations in biomedical imaging technologies have hampered attempts to understand cellular and molecular behavior, with biologists trying to envision dynamic processes through static snapshots.
Nov. 16, 2011Products
Nikon has launched the Eclipse Ni series. This upright research microscope series offers multi-mode system expandability to meet the imaging needs of bioscience and medical research on one platform.
Oct. 24, 2011Products
QImaging has released the Rolera Bolt Scientific CMOS camera, a high-speed, high-sensitivity fluorescence imaging alternative that is less than half the cost of most scientific CMOS and CCD cameras.
Jul. 06, 2011News
Two Colorado State University laser researchers are working to develop an X-ray source for the U.S. Department of Energy that could be used in everything from X-ray free-electron lasers to biomedical imaging.
Jan. 18, 2010News
Researchers from Northeastern University (NEU) have developed a novel three-dimensional nanolens, providing for more accurate and detailed imaging of objects in the nanoscale. Funded by the National Science Foundation and the United States ...
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