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Phenom™, world’s fastest Desktop Scanning Electron Microscope takes your imaging performance to a higher level. The Phenom...
Article - 19 Aug 2008
FEI Company's Phenom(TM), a new type of microscope, proves to be a valuable and cost-effective instrument for imaging and classification of diatoms at the Dutch Water Treatment and Control...
News - 16 Oct 2008
Diatoms, mighty microscopic algae, have profound influence on climate, producing
20 percent of the oxygen we breathe by capturing atmospheric carbon and in so
doing, countering the greenhouse...
News - 14 Mar 2007
The three-dimensional shells of tiny ocean creatures could provide the foundation for novel electronic devices, including gas sensors able to detect pollution faster and more efficiently than...
News - 26 Mar 2012
Scientists at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) of the Department of Energy have developed a fluorescent biosensor using Thalassiosira pseudonana, a tiny marine diatom.
News - 17 Jun 2009
Scientists in Canada and India are proposing a surprising new solution to
the global energy crisis - "milking" oil from the tiny, single-cell algae known
as diatoms, renowned for their...
News - 21 Aug 2008
It's estimated that the red tide algae, Karenia brevis, costs approximately $20 million per bloom in economic damage off the coast of Florida alone. Scientists at the Georgia Institute of...
News - 22 Jan 2008
Denizens of oceans, lakes and even wet soil, diatoms are
unicellular algae that encase themselves in intricately patterned,
glass-like shells. Curiously, these tiny phytoplankton could be
News - 1 Dec 2009
A whole microcosm of various bizarrely shaped life forms opens up when you
look at diatoms, the primary component of ocean plankton, under a microscope.
The regularly structured silica shells...
News - 19 Oct 2009
Diatoms are microalgae that are responsible for nearly a quarter of the oxygen
we breathe, but how does their glass-like skeleton develop? Researchers from
CNRS and ENS Paris have solved...