Dec. 05, 2016News
The exact positioning of an object or the microscope optics has a decisive influence on the quality of the results. This is particularly the case with newer microscope technologies such as the superresolution microscopy, light sheet or ...
Jul. 07, 2016Applications
Advanced microscopy techniques provide crucial insights for a deeper understanding of biological and chemical processes. Due to its nonlinear excitation character, multiphoton imaging (e.g. TPEF, SHG, THG) enables a deeper penetration ...
Jun. 18, 2016News
The world’s most advanced light microscopes allow us to see single molecules, proteins, viruses and other very small biological structures. But even the best microscopes have their limits. Colorado State University scientists ...
Mar. 26, 2015News
2-Photon Microscopy: In order to fully understand structure and function of the brain, individual nerve cells and their activity must be made visible. Today, this is possible thanks to 2-photon fluorescence microscopy, which was invented ...
Jan. 22, 2015Science
The field of neuroscience has become the key application for multiphoton optical microscopes because of its substantial funding level. Plus, multiphoton microscopy offers the ability to provide high resolution neuronal images in the ...
Nov. 03, 2014Applications
In the past decade, Multiphoton Excited Fluorescence (MPEF) has firmly established itself as a major imaging technique for biological sciences. MPEF enables fast (video rate and beyond) 3D in vivo imaging of tissue and in some cases entire ...
Apr. 25, 2014Products
Multiphoton microscopy presents a powerful tool within life science research achieving fundamental insights into the intricate and complex workings of biological systems.
Apr. 17, 2014News
A new $1 million multiphoton microscope will allow University of Otago medical scientists to peer into living brain cells for the first time, and to study the development of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's.
Dec. 20, 2012Products
Olympus Europe has announced that their Scaleview multiphoton microscope objectives have earned the 2012 R&D 100 Award, the Gold Edison Award in the Science/Medical category and the Microscopy Today Innovation Award.
May. 16, 2012Products
The LSM 7 Series from Carl Zeiss now permit the simultaneous use of two NLO lasers or one laser with an optical parametric oscillator (OPO). Both components are fully integrated and expand the functionality of the multiphoton systems.
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