Article - 4 Mar 2004
Molecular Imaging, Corp. today announced PicoTREC™, a Topography and RECognition imaging system. PicoTREC combines real-time detection of molecular recognition events and single-molecule sensitivity...
Article - 16 Jan 2004
Molecular Imaging, Corp. today announces PicoMAPS, a Motorized Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) Precision Stage designed for surface characterization of large samples. Posted December 2 2003
News - 7 Sep 2016
New, highest-performance microCT system and novel SiPM PET insert for simultaneous PET/MRI introduced.
Bruker today unveils two new preclinical imaging systems at the World Molecular...
News - 6 Jul 2016
Proteins do not work individually but rather form larger complexes similar to the molecular machines that facilitate cell communication, transport cargo in their interiors or replicate their own DNA....
News - 16 Mar 2015
Professor François Légaré of the INRS Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre has been awarded the 2015 Herzberg Medal by the Canadian Association of...
News - 30 Oct 2014
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a new strategy that they say could detect bladder cancer with more accuracy and sensitivity than standard endoscopy methods....
News - 18 Sep 2014
Bioluminescence, nanoparticles, gene manipulation – these sound like the ideas of a science fiction writer, but, in fact, they are components of an exciting new approach to imaging local and...
News - 24 Jan 2014
In two studies in the January 24 issue of Science, researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University used advanced imaging techniques to provide a window into how the brain...
News - 16 Jan 2014
3D nanoSIMS project will provide high-resolution label-free imaging to reliably see where drugs go to in cells for the first time.
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL), working with major...
News - 11 Dec 2013
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has just initiated a project, '3D nanoSIMS - world beating label-free molecular imaging', which could revolutionise medicines research.