Moving images of live cells at super-resolution in three dimensions

New technology will accelerate scientists’ understanding of disease mechanisms at the molecular level

Click and capture gel documentation system

For producing accurate images of fluorescent DNA gels, as well as fluorescent protein gels in seconds

Silicon immersion objectives for life science imaging

Extended time-lapse experiments, at high resolution and with deep penetration, says Olympus

New reference standards in optical metrology

Olympus LEXT OLS4000 becomes reference for imaging confocal microscopy in metrology

Design and automate image analysis protocols

Olympus cellSens Dimension Count and Measure Solution module for automated image analysis

Brain imaging technique gives new hope for understanding Parkinson’s disease

A non-invasive brain imaging technique gives new hope in finding new and better treatment plans and tracking the disease progression

Understanding how cell division mistakes lead to human disorders

Imsol’s DeltaVision Core is designed to increase a laboratory’s ability to image more probes and samples over longer periods of time

Piezo scanning stages for positioning of samples

Scanning and positioning stage provides travel in two or three axes, with position resolution in the nanometre range

Hybrid imaging probe to diagnose skin cancer in development

Optical Coherence Tomography technology has been developed over the past decade and is capable of imaging human skin anatomy in real time and in 3D

Imaging technology helps understand how cell division mistakes lead to human disorders

System takes 60 images through 300nm-thick slices of living tissue in just 30 seconds

Analysing intracellular molecular diffusion

Diffusion measurement package for the Olympus FluoView FV1000 confocal microscope

Imaging of blood vessel growth in tumors

Accurate detection and quantification of blood vessel growth using nonsurgical methods would greatly complement current therapies and allow physicians to quickly assess treatment regimens and adjust them as necessary.

Romantic reward, rejection and addiction linked

Researchers have linked rejection by a romantic partner to brain activity associated with motivation, reward and addiction cravings,...

Imaging system probes cancer cell mystery

Microscopy is a key technology in laboratory sciences and the latest releases show that this trend is continuing. Sean Ottewell reports.

Biomedical technique images marine worm

Scientists have for the first time successfully imaged the internal tissues of a soft bodied marine worm at high resolution using a technique borrowed from biomedical science.

Extending fMRI research on brain activity

Blood-flow fMRI can now be used to study the brain-wide impact of changes in neural circuitry, such as ones that may underlie many neurological and psychiatric diseases.

Identifying deadly blood vessel conditions

According to recent research, molecular imaging can help physicians identify aortic dissection-an often fatal blood vessel condition-and help guide treatment.

Lensless imaging of whole biological cells

A team of scientists has used x-ray diffraction microscopy to make images of whole yeast cells, achieving the highest resolution ever obtained with this method for biological specimens.

Appropriate use of nuclear imaging technology

Following the recent publications highlighting potential dangers of ionising radiation resulting from imaging testing, the ESC experts feel that it is important to voice support of the technology.

How electricity moves through cells

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have created a molecular image of a system that moves electrons between proteins in cells.




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