Preclinical imaging system

Scanning system which has the ability to operate at various clinical field strengths allowing easy translation of the researchers’...

Ultra fast framing camera

Capable of scanning up to 1 billion frames/second, and offering unmatched ease of use, high reliability and high performance

Desktop microscope delivering super-resolution performance

Fluorescence microscope, the Nanoimager, to deliver nanoscale resolution imaging of live cells

Robotic advanced X-ray device

Multitom Rax heralds new era in diagnostic imaging, says GlobalData

Glass cones shine new light on radially polarised beams

Physicists develop a new and inexpensive technique which could help scientific advances in astronomy and microscopy

Brightfield LED illumination for upright and inverted microscopes

Brightfield LED replaces the standard light source that can be fitted to most modern upright and inverted microscope systems

Measuring cell clusters without cell separation with 3D imaging

CQ1 can accurately quantify morphological features of live individual cells, clusters such as spheroids, colonies and also tissue sections

Mutagenesis solution creates libraries of protein variants

Agilent Technologies introduces novel synthetic biology system to accelerate protein engineering

University of Leeds extends microscopy capability

First of a new generation of cold field emission SEMs installed at University of Leeds

Real time imaging of DNA repair

Making films of molecular interactions is step forward towards prevention and treatment of cancer

Lighting the way forward in medical imaging

New ‘multispectral’ light sensor detects the full spectrum of light, from ultra-violet, to visible and near infrared light

Selecting an infrared camera for R&D applications

FLIR Systems has produced an guide entitled '7 Things to Know When Selecting an IR Camera for Research & Development'

Virtual microscope images at your fingertips

Olympus has launched its OlyVIA Mobile iPad App, an image viewer dedicated to virtual slides

Microscope illumination is changing

Since their introduction, LEDs have gained acceptance as spectrum coverage has expanded and intensities have reached the levels required for...

Breaking the mould - flexible microscopy

Microscopy is entering a new era of flexibility with the 'open source microscopy' concept. Wolfgang Hempell reports

Ultra-flat glass bottom plates optimise imaging of growing cells

Porvair Sciences new generation Krystal™ glass bottom plates are precision manufactured using a proprietary process resulting in excellent...

Portable thermal imaging kits for academic & industrial labs

FLIR Systems has expanded its range of highly affordable, entry level R&D grade thermal imaging kits for academic teaching and industrial...

Thermal imaging helps improve pressure shock testing

A new applications report from FLIR Systems details how the Safe Oxygen Working Group at the Federal Institute for Materials Research &...

Extended flexibility and performance in live cell imaging

Olympus introduces new advanced optical modules for increased flexibility in its inverted microscope frame design. The IX3 series can now be...

York Nanocentre researchers image individual atoms in a living catalytic reaction

Groundbreaking new electron microscopy technology developed at the York JEOL Nanocentre at the University of York is allowing researchers to...




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