Simultaneous imaging, mechanical and spectroscopy measurements

JPK’s NanoWizard AFM system is being used for cell studies in the Research Centre for Nanometer-scale Science & Advanced Materials at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland

Microscope camera portfolio expanded

The PROGRES GRYPHAX ARKTUR and NAOS models will complete the range of cameras for routine use in microscopy

Cryogen-free MRI imaging systems

3T to 7T preclinical MRI imaging system features cryogen-free superconducting magnet technology which eliminates the need for liquid helium

Recording of high-contrast samples

The PROGRES GRYPHAX ARKTUR and NAOS cameras are set to be the latest additions to Jenoptik's USB 3.0 product range

3D, 1000 X magnification imaging modality for preclinical research

New scanning technique will be particularly valuable to researchers tackling the complexities of translational medicine

Studying hypervelocity impact phenomena specialised imaging

High resolution images from the SIM8 clearly show the cloud of ejected material thrown backwards on impact

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

Imaging specimens in aqueous solution

Leica Planapo 2.0x CORR objective compensates different refractive indices

New ways of looking at food

Tim Hutton looks at a range of imaging technologies for assessing a wide range of quality and compositional aspects of food products

The universal led light source

CoolLED Ltd. announces the launch of its new pE-4000 LED source. This new product sets the standard as the universal light source for fluorescence microscopy.

New stain-free gel visualisation application of syngene’s G:BOX system

Scientific Digital Imaging’s [SDI’s] Syngene Division, a world-leading manufacturer of image analysis solutions is delighted to announce that the lighting and filter conditions in the G:BOX image analysis system have been optimised to allow faster, safer visualisation of proteins on stain-free gels.

Imaging for life: new imaging tools to aid regenerative medicine projects

Scientists at the University of Southampton are to study the 3D architecture of healthy human tissues down to the nanometre scale (one billionth of a meter), to develop regenerative cell techniques for musculoskeletal repair.

High performance bespoke & off-the-shelf lenses

Resolve Optics has announced that its stand at the forthcoming PHOTONEX exhibiton (16-17th October 2013) will feature the company’s renowned OEM specialist lens design service as well as a growing range of off-the-shelf lenses.

Maastricht University science programme uses SDI’s Syngene G:BOX Chemi

Scientific Digital Imaging’s Syngene Division has announced that one of its G:BOX Chemi imaging systems is being used at Maastricht University as part of their science bachelors programme to train students how to rapidly master a range of molecular biology imaging techniques

Microscopy & Microanalysis 2013

At the Microscopy & Microanalysis 2013 Meeting, Bruker introduces two new instruments which further expand its portfolio of high-performance tools for materials characterization in electron microscopes.

Optical module enables ultra high speed UV imaging

Resolve Optics has supplied a high performance 8-channel optical module to Specialised Imaging (Tring, UK) to enable researchers to undertake UV imaging experiments at ultra high speed using their SIM ultra high-speed framing camera.

FLIR launch cooled thermal imaging cameras for industrial R&D

FLIR Systems has announced the release of a new range of thermal imaging cameras optimised for industrial R&D applications including tyre / brake testing, on and through glass measurements, welding / soldering processes and fast moving process control applications.

Workflow-orientated incubation for live cell imaging

Olympus continues to expand the capabilities of its IX3 inverted microscope frames with the launch of cellVivo - a new, modular and flexible incubation system, including darkroom and laser-safety capabilities.

Drug-resistant tumours

A Personal DeltaVision cell microscopy imaging system supplied by Image Solutions UK Ltd. is assisting scientists at Cancer Research UK to understand how tumours develop drug resistance.

Desktop microscope delivering super-resolution performance

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






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