Moving the sample properly

What to consider when selecting sample stages and lens scanners

Apps for digital microscopes

Finding the right equipment for quality control can be time consuming. That’s why it is important to find long lasting and agile...

Studying biomaterials

A research group is using temperature-controlled microscopy to study multiscale biomaterials to engineer living cells and tissues for cancer...

Measuring nanocrystals

Measurement of length and thickness of cellulose nanocrystals using asymmetrical flow FFF and multi-angle light scattering. By Dr Thorsten...

Advances in imaging

Alexander Auer & Ralf Jungmann discuss the use of DNA-PAINT, a super-resolution microscopy technique

Brain imaging advances

Andrew Williams reveals the latest developments in the use of microscopic technology for exploring human and animal brains

Putting super-resolution within reach of non-specialists

Evanescent waves hold the key to high precision and reproducibility in 3D-SMLM

The future of microscope objectives

Optical microscopes have enabled advancements in science, medicine, and industrial applications since the 17th century.

Perfect partners

Jan Barghaan explains why live-cell imaging and silicone objectives are the perfect match

Accuracy and consistency in stem cell culture

Jan Barghaan discusses the role of optics, technology and software in stem cell culture

Ultra-fast framing cameras

Capable of capturing data at 1 billion frames per second, the SIM range of ultra-fast framing cameras offer the ultimate in ultra-high-speed imaging performance to scientists and engineers across all disciplines

Correlative Raman-SEM imaging

Available for Zeiss Sigma 300 field emission scanning electron microscope

3D analytics and sample preparation with FIB-SEMs

New generation of focused ion beam scanning electron microscopes (FIB-SEMs) for high-end applications in research and industry

Engineering technique has unintended consequences new research reveals

Focused Ion Beam Milling uses tiny beam of highly energetic particles to cut and analyse materials smaller than one thousandth of a stand of human hair

Automated imaging and analysis

Prior Scientific announces exhibits at two major microscopy shows

Alternative to microscope Mercury vapour lamps and bulbs

Mercury vapour lamps and bulbs suffer from a number of limiting disadvantages including an operational lifetime rarely exceeding 200...

X-ray technique could improve bomb detection and breast cancer treatment

Compared with conventional X-rays, the technology can, for example, identify tumours in living tissue earlier and spot smaller cracks and defects in materials

Novel reaction microscope scheme targets biologically relevant molecules

Latest spectrometer design is more sensitive to chemical fragments and can distinguish between isomers with more than one carbon atom




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