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Cell Imaging

Inverted microscope launched

ioLight, creator of the world’s first high-resolution portable microscope, has used its expertise to launch a new compact inverted microscope

3D-view microscope

Vision Engineering, a manufacturer of high quality visual inspection and measurement technologies, launches its latest, innovative product, Deep Reality Viewer (DRV-Z1) microscope

Microscope enhanced for optical sectioning

Automated microscope for gentle and fast confocal 4D imaging: enhancing Zeiss Celldiscoverer 7 with LSM 900 for optical sectioning

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New abilities for microscopes

Major improvements in workflow offerings for materials science core facilities introduced: analytics, tomography, sample preparation and...

Enhanced and expanded imaging

Olympus' slim LED transmitted light illumination base with turret system and LED light source brings enhanced imaging with improved colour...

Partnership to enhance pharma drug development

Olympus Europe and Cytosurge partner to enhance pharma drug development and single cell research

AI meets live cell imaging

The Olympus scanR 3.1 high-content screening station uses the power of AI to carry out groundbreaking analyses of live cells ­ analyses...

New imaging tool

Multi-wavelength instrument improves nanoparticle analysis specificity

New wide field of view camera

BioTek Instruments announces a new wide field of view (FOV) camera option for its Cytation 5 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader

What is the future of imaging?

Emma Doughty discusses the potential, and challenges, of cryo-electron tomography

New microscopy concept

Efficient digital documentation of microscopic samples: Smart Microscopy from Zeiss simplifies biomedical routine lab work

Imaging system adopted by university

Anglia Ruskin University successfully uses Syngene imaging system for teaching applications and to study proteins implicated in diseases

New laser engine for biophotonics

Toptica will present a new flexible, multi-colour laser engine for biophotonics at the international ELMI meeting in Brno, Czech Republic

Quantum dot imaging advances

Luminescing nanosized crystals are showing promise for peering deeply into body tissues, but first they need to be made safe

Platform for ultrahigh-content imaging

Early access program to fully automated, cyclic, high-content immunofluorescence-based imaging

New lights for imaging systems

New eco-friendly, EPI UV HI-LED lights for Syngene G:Box imagers enable fast, sensitive protein detection and quantification

Latest autofocus for biological imaging

Prior Scientific has launched its new PureFocus 850, a new autofocus for biological and industrial imaging applications

Scientific imaging advances

High resolution video data capture - up to 5 million frames per second now possible with new high-speed camera

Next-gen imaging systems

Syngene has introduced its latest generation of imaging systems, featuring a super-sensitive lens for quick, accurate imaging of all gels...

Cutting-edge electron microscope revealed

Highly advanced electron microscope unveiled at opening of new £5million structural biology centre in Scotland

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