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Nanotronics Imaging Launches New Method to Explore, Manipulate Materials at the Atomic Level

Nanotronics Imaging Launches New Method to Explore, Manipulate Materials at the Atomic Level

Nanotronics Imaging, developer of the world’s most technologically advanced nanoimaging solutions, today introduced nVisible™, a new way for Nanotronics customers to explore and manipulate materials at the molecular level and smaller. [More]
Optical Diffraction Tomography Technique Helps Measure 3-D Positions of Optically-Trapped Particles in High Speed

Optical Diffraction Tomography Technique Helps Measure 3-D Positions of Optically-Trapped Particles in High Speed

Optical tweezers have been used as an invaluable tool for exerting micro-scale force on microscopic particles and manipulating three-dimensional (3-D) positions of particles. [More]
Specialized MICI Piezo Micrometer Screw Drive System from piezosystem jena

Specialized MICI Piezo Micrometer Screw Drive System from piezosystem jena

The MICI Piezo Micrometer Screw Drive from piezosystem jena is a hybrid element that combines the advantages of long travel of micrometer screws, with the nm-accuracy of a piezo stage. [More]
Innovative Microscopy Technique Sheds New Light on How Cells Perform Endocytosis

Innovative Microscopy Technique Sheds New Light on How Cells Perform Endocytosis

Ground-breaking microscopy techniques have enabled scientists at EMBL Heidelberg to shed new light on how cells perform endocytosis – a function that is key to many cellular processes, such as ingesting nutrients and cell-signalling. [More]
UT Southwestern Whole Brain Microscopy Facility Acquires Latest Serial Two-Photon Laser Imaging

UT Southwestern Whole Brain Microscopy Facility Acquires Latest Serial Two-Photon Laser Imaging

UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Texas Institute for Brain Injury and Repair (TIBIR) has acquired a pair of TissueCyte 1000 microscopes, the latest generation in serial two-photon laser imaging, as a centerpiece of its new Whole Brain Microscopy Facility. [More]
Max Planck Florida Electron Microscope Can Create 3D Map of Brain's Neurons

Max Planck Florida Electron Microscope Can Create 3D Map of Brain's Neurons

Florida Atlantic University, one of Florida's leading public research universities, and the internationally renowned Nansen Neuroscience Network (NNN) in Norway, a premier network of organizations dedicated to research into neuroscience in Europe, have signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperative research and education in the areas of neuroscience and brain health. [More]
Scientists Break 3Å Barrier in Cryo-EM for Structural Biology Using the K2 Summit Camera from Gatan

Scientists Break 3Å Barrier in Cryo-EM for Structural Biology Using the K2 Summit Camera from Gatan

Scientists using the Gatan K2 Summit® direct detection camera have broken through this 3 Å barrier. High-resolution structures that were formerly only accessible by x-ray crystallography can now be solved by the K2 Summit camera. [More]
Researchers Combine X-ray Ptychography and Fluorescence Microscopy to Study Role of Trace Elements

Researchers Combine X-ray Ptychography and Fluorescence Microscopy to Study Role of Trace Elements

Scientists have developed a new approach that combines ptychographic X-ray imaging and fluorescence microscopy to study the important role trace elements play in biological functions on hydrated cells. [More]
US FDA Clears NOVA View Automated Digital Indirect Fluorescent Assay Microscope

US FDA Clears NOVA View Automated Digital Indirect Fluorescent Assay Microscope

Inova Diagnostics, the worldwide leader in autoimmune diagnostic reagents and systems for the clinical laboratory, announced today that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared NOVA View, an automated digital IFA (indirect fluorescent assay) microscope, through the de novo classification process. [More]
High-Powered Laser Levitates High Entropy Alloy for Analysis

High-Powered Laser Levitates High Entropy Alloy for Analysis

Just as a delicate balance of ingredients determines the tastiness of a cookie or cake, the specific ratio of metals in an alloy determines desirable qualities of the new metal, such as improved strength or lightness. [More]