Temperature controlled stages

Linkam stages in use in the Wolfson Bioimaging Facility at the University of Bristol as part of the endocytic sorting research of Dr Paul Verkade

Broad spectrum LED illumination for fluorescence microscopy

Prior Scientific offers a range of highly reliable, high performance LED illumination sources for brightfield and fluorescence microscopy

Advances in inverted microscopy

Dr Christoph Greb explains how the latest microscopy innovations are enabling greater flexibility for researchers

Simplifying specialised cell imaging

Eugene McCarthy reports on how vast improvements in optical resolutions and 3D imaging are allowing laboratories to simplify routine tasks and carry out real-time cell imaging

Examining interior of sedated animal down to cellular level

Facilitates optical microscopy of small animal subjects for preclinical research without having to carry out a dissection

Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded for microscope work

Three researchers share prize for development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy

Nanoscale chemical mapping

Inspire is an integrated scanning probe microscopy infrared system for 10-nanometre spatial resolution

Super-resolution microscopy

Sebastian Bänfer and Dr Christoph Greb look at embedding media for GSDIM super-resolution localisation microscopy

Picture perfect

Flavio Giacobone presents a guide to picking the best digital camera for microscopy applications

Microscopy techniques offer unprecedented detail

Novel microscopy technologies are enabling scientists to examine samples in new levels of detail. Sean Ottewell reports

Supramolecular polymer research

Market leaders in temperature controlled microscopy, Linkam Scientific Instruments report on the use of their stages for supramolecular polymer research at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands.

Rapid, cost effective foreign material identification

RSSL’s rapid route to identifying foreign material in food, can help you quickly detect production issues or deal promptly with consumer complaints.

Spinning-disk microscope offers window into the centre of a cell

A new method of imaging cells is allowing scientists to see tiny structures inside the ‘control centre’ of the cell for the first time.

Study identifies “chink in the armour” of Schmallenberg virus

A key building block in the Schmallenberg virus could be targeted by anti-viral drugs, according to a new study led from the University of Leeds.

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

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

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 observe and analyse single atoms, small clusters and nanoparticles in dynamic in-situ experiments for the first time.

Food microbiology laboratories – new guidance from Campden BRI

A new edition of a well-established guide from Campden BRI will help food microbiologists to run their laboratories safely and efficiently and help ensure that they generate results that are valid and meaningful.






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