New imaging software

Bringing images to life with the latest software from Olympus, cellSens 1.12

Crisp and fluid imaging

Olympus launches its next generarion of full HD cameras for microscopy

Neurosurgeons stay focused

Leica Microsystems launches Leica M530 OH6 Neurosurgical Microscope

White light interferometry microscope

Applications include surface and roughness analysis of glass, ceramic, silicon wafers, ball bearings, image sensors, thin films, graphene

Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded for microscope work

Three researchers share prize for development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy

New solution for confocal super resolution

Optical resolution of up to 120 nm is now achieved in cell and tissue imaging

Deep imaging of biological samples

Olympus launches its dedicated multiphoton excitation (MPE) objectives for deep imaging

Opening new avenues in organic solar cell research

Confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM) used to enhance research into organic semiconductors and transparent electrodes

Led Zeppelin star opens state-of-the-art medical camera

Camera significantly improves the quality of images that can be taken of a patient’s heart compared with a conventional gamma camera

Simple synchronisation of cameras to transient events

High resolution intensified CCD sensors controlled by state-of-the-art electronics provide almost infinite control over gain and exposure

Nanoscale chemical mapping

Inspire is an integrated scanning probe microscopy infrared system for 10-nanometre spatial resolution

Imaging specimens in aqueous solution

Leica Planapo 2.0x CORR objective compensates different refractive indices

Grant to accelerate materials inspection projects launched

The Olympus Technology Grant will award innovative projects with a free loan of its most advanced opto-digital systems

2D image analysis on multi-channel experiments

Image analysis, environmental control and experiment handling via mobile devices for life science research

Super-resolution microscopy

Sebastian Bänfer and Dr Christoph Greb look at embedding media for GSDIM super-resolution localisation microscopy

Picture perfect

Flavio Giacobone presents a guide to picking the best digital camera for microscopy applications

Raman microscopy, AFM and piezo-based sample positioning

Gernot Hamann presents a combination of methods for high-precision optical, topographic and molecular analyses

A competitive edge in materials testing

Application note on efficiency of opto-digital microscopy

Ear, nose, throat microscope

Gives doctors a clear, true-to-life colour view through apochromatically corrected optics with dual-LED illumination




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