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Tests reveal the best way to deliver a HIV vaccine and produce protective antibodies.
Researchers inch closer to HIV vaccine
Rebecca Pool | 21 June, 2017
Tests reveal the best way to deliver a HIV vaccine and produce protective antibodies.
Wiley's latest Essential Knowledge Briefing focuses on atom probe microscopy.
Atom probe microscopy briefing released
| 21 June, 2017
Wiley's latest Essential Knowledge Briefing focuses on atom probe microscopy.
Raman imaging company reflects on 20 years of innovation.
WITec celebrates 20th anniversary
| 21 June, 2017
Raman imaging company reflects on 20 years of innovation.
Latest edition of Micrographia limited to 750 copies.
Folio Society unveils new Micrographia
Rebecca Pool | 21 June, 2017
Latest edition of Micrographia limited to 750 copies.
SEM reveals solitary bees can't communicate as well as social relatives.
Lonely bee secrets exposed
Rebecca Pool | 18 June, 2017
SEM reveals solitary bees can't communicate as well as social relatives.
From early confocal imaging to the latest super-resolution microscopy, Royal Microscopical Society President, Michelle Peckham, has mastered many methods and has no plans to stop.
Microscopy Mission
Rebecca Pool | 16 June, 2017
From early confocal imaging to the latest super-resolution microscopy, Royal Microscopical Society President, Michelle Peckham, has mastered many methods and has no plans to stop.
New super-resolution microscope houses 'most powerful' objective lens in the world.
First microsphere nanoscope launched
Rebecca Pool | 16 June, 2017
New super-resolution microscope houses 'most powerful' objective lens in the world.
UK Francis Crick Institute chooses Livecyte label-free cell analysis for Light Microscopy facility.
Crick selects Phasefocus Livecyte for live cell imaging
| 15 June, 2017
UK Francis Crick Institute chooses Livecyte label-free cell analysis for Light Microscopy facility.
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research releases a new application note; “Toward Better Charge Storage: AFM Determines Key Electrical Double Layer Properties in Future Ionic Liquid Electrolytes”.
Application note on AFM for energy storage research
| 15 June, 2017
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research releases a new application note; “Toward Better Charge Storage: AFM Determines Key Electrical Double Layer Properties in Future Ionic Liquid Electrolytes”.
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