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Microscopy & Imaging

The art of science

Inspired by the beauty and breadth of images submitted for the 2018 Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award held in Europe, Olympus has launched its first Global Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award

New abilities for microscopes

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

Lab Innovations 2019 announces conference programme themes

Lab Innovations 2019 announces educational scientific conference programme themes. Visitors to earn CPD points in the free-to-attend conference programme

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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

Deben stage used in university research

University of Aberdeen uses the Deben CT5000 to observe compressive damage mechanisms in syntactic foam

A comparision between back and front illuminated sensors

Dr Gerhard Holst tackles a common question in the discussion about back- versus front-illuminated sensors

Raman microscopy for advanced analysis

Damon Strom provides a description of Raman microscopy and how it can be used to investigate particulate and biological samples

What are the trends in HCS?

High-content screening of complex physiologically relevant cell models

What is the future of imaging?

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

What is being achieved through super-resolution microscopy?

Andrew Williams explores the rise of super-resolution microscopy and finds out what it’s being used to accomplish

Next-gen objectives for life science microscopy

Olympus delivers an advance to life science microscopy with the launch of its next-generation X Line objectives

New technology to revolutionise drug development

The search for new drugs to combat diseases more effectively could be revolutionised through a new £30 million electron microscopy project

New microscope lens

Thermal imager microscope lens for temperature monitoring of ultra-small targets from Micro-Epsilon

Innovation in imaging

CytoSMART raises 5.2 million Euros for further product innovation and growth in the field of digital microscopes for monitoring live cell...

New microscopy concept

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

Mini-centrifuge opens new organ-on-chip possibilities

A simple innovation the size of a grain of sand means we can now analyse cells and tiny particles as if they were inside the human body

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