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Linkam managing director, Ross Browne, makes key UK investments to support global expansion.
Linkam Scientific appoints new managing director
| 17 July, 2019
Linkam managing director, Ross Browne, makes key UK investments to support global expansion.
Tomocube 3D microscope characterises individual lipid droplets in live, unstained cells.
Tomocube claims world first with holotomography
| 17 July, 2019
Tomocube 3D microscope characterises individual lipid droplets in live, unstained cells.
IBM researchers use atomic force microscopy to image the changing structures of charged molecules.
First images of molecules in different charge states
Rebecca Pool | 17 July, 2019
IBM researchers use atomic force microscopy to image the changing structures of charged molecules.
Open source tools, pioneered by Professor Jason Swedlow, are revolutionising microscopy, reports Rebecca Pool.
Shaping the future of science
Rebecca Pool | 15 July, 2019
Open source tools, pioneered by Professor Jason Swedlow, are revolutionising microscopy, reports Rebecca Pool.
Cryo-EM delivers 3D images of Cas9 enzyme precisely cutting DNA strands.
High resolution images of gene-editing in action
Rebecca Pool | 12 July, 2019
Cryo-EM delivers 3D images of Cas9 enzyme precisely cutting DNA strands.
Inventor of acoustic and atomic force microscopes, that revealed living cells in unprecedented detail, died July 6th.
AFM inventor, Calvin F Quate, dies at 95
Rebecca Pool | 12 July, 2019
Inventor of acoustic and atomic force microscopes, that revealed living cells in unprecedented detail, died July 6th.
Cornell researchers pioneer super-resolution microscopy for unlabelled proteins and more.
Breakthrough imaging of non-fluorescent reactions
Rebecca Pool | 10 July, 2019
Cornell researchers pioneer super-resolution microscopy for unlabelled proteins and more.
TOPTICA Photonics China to grow Chinese customer base.
TOPTICA reveals China company
| 10 July, 2019
TOPTICA Photonics China to grow Chinese customer base.
Using artificial intelligence, scanR 3.1 eases data gathering from large live cell populations.
Olympus launches scanR 3.1 high-content screening station
| 09 July, 2019
Using artificial intelligence, scanR 3.1 eases data gathering from large live cell populations.
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