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3-D molecule folding breakthrough

By physically pulling on RNA, scientists have determined for the first time how to use directly applied force to determine how a molecule...

Exploring consciousness

The scientists have made a significant step into the understanding of conscious perception, by showing how single neurons react to images.

Optimal band imaging

A study shows that optimal band imaging used with an endoscope provided images that clearly identified depressed-type early gastric cancer.

Assays speed up identification

QChip has produced a new PCR tool which speeds up bacterial identification based on PCR amplification of the widely used 16S ribosomal RNA gene.

Doubling imaging speed shows rapid wetting

By keeping track of the latest improvements in digital camera technology, KSV Instruments can now offer a substantial increase in imaging speed from 30 to 60 frames per second.

New technologies drive cell identification and selection

Technologies for cell biology are bringing new efficiencies to the process of biotherapeutic discovery and Genetix platforms are playing key roles.

More efficiency in routine medicine: Luminos Fusion 2-in-1 system with flat panel detector

At the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna, Austria, Siemens will introduce a new system for the mid-range price segment that can do both full-digital fluoroscopy and radiography.

Phase Focus signs licensing agreement with Gatan, the world’s leading manufacturer of instrumentation for electron microscopes

Phase Focus Ltd., the company that is revolutionising microscopy and imaging with its lens-free Phase Focus Virtual Lens® technology, has...

Chameleon pulsar baffles astronomers

A pulsar that is able, without warning, to dramatically change the way in which it shines has been identified by an international team including scientists from The University of Manchester.

Protein production: going viral

A research team of scientists from EMBL Grenoble and the IGBMC in Strasbourg, France, have, for the first time, described in molecular detail the architecture of the central scaffold of TFIID: the human protein complex essential for...

Digital microscopes versus ocular microscopes

Digital microscopes offer a lot of extra benefits to users. Danail Kuzarow reports.

Scientists view the atomic structure of the crystal under the optical microscope

Scientists have analysed the microscopic structure of widely used crystal materials for the first time to reveal their detailed atomic...

New Siemens mammography system lowers radiation dose up to 30%

Siemens Healthcare is launching the Mammomat Inspiration Prime Edition – the first mammography system that lowers patient dose up to 30 percent without compromising image quality.

IMSOL imaging system key to spinal injury research

An imaging system from Preston-based Image Solutions (UK) Ltd. is central to research being carried out by scientists at Cardiff University...

Siemens presents new product lines for angiography

Siemens Healthcare has developed a revolutionary new X-ray tube and detector technology for its Artis Q and Artis Q.zen angiography systems to improve minimally invasive therapy of diseases such as coronary artery disease, stroke and...

Innovative technology for computed tomography

Siemens Healthcare has developed a detector with a revolutionary new electronic design for its computed tomography (CT) scanners: The...

New possibilities for particle analysis from Carl Zeiss

The Carl Zeiss Microscopy business group is presenting two new options for particle analysis at this year's parts2clean trade fair in...

MRI research sheds new light on nerve fibres in the brain

World-leading experts in Magnetic Resonance Imaging from The University of Nottingham’s Sir Peter Mansfield Magnetic Resonance Centre have made a key discovery which could give the medical world a new tool for the improved diagnosis and...

The evolutionary origins of our pretty smile

It takes both teeth and jaws to make a pretty smile, but the evolutionary origins of these parts of our anatomy have only just been discovered, thanks to a particle accelerator and a long dead fish.

Imaging - fat crystals in chocolate

Market leaders in temperature controlled microscopy, Linkam Scientific Instruments report on the use of their Linksys32-DV software to visualise and measure the in-situ growth of fat crystals on the surface of chocolate.

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