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From cell to embryo: adaptive light sheet microscopy provides new window into developing mouse embryo.
Growing embryos as never seen before
Rebecca Pool | 11 October, 2018
From cell to embryo: adaptive light sheet microscopy provides new window into developing mouse embryo.
Electron microscopy reveals a new structure for natural immunoglobulin M.
Essential immune protein resolved
Rebecca Pool | 11 October, 2018
Electron microscopy reveals a new structure for natural immunoglobulin M.
Researchers edge closer to building quantum machines from the atom up.
STEM builds structures atom by atom
Rebecca Pool | 10 October, 2018
Researchers edge closer to building quantum machines from the atom up.
SEM imagery reveals the new particle set to destroy micropollutants including BPA.
Microspheres capture plastic contaminant
Rebecca Pool | 09 October, 2018
SEM imagery reveals the new particle set to destroy micropollutants including BPA.
Claiming a world first, researchers use direct piezoelectric force microscopy to measure the piezoelectric effect in thin film bismuth ferrite.
Novel AFM measures piezoelectric effect in ultra-thin films
Rebecca Pool | 09 October, 2018
Claiming a world first, researchers use direct piezoelectric force microscopy to measure the piezoelectric effect in thin film bismuth ferrite.
Asylum Research is to present its latest AFM webinar on October 24, 2018 at 8:30am PDT/3:30pm GMT.
'Soft, Squishy, and Sticky: AFM for Mechanobiology' from Asylum Research
| 09 October, 2018
Asylum Research is to present its latest AFM webinar on October 24, 2018 at 8:30am PDT/3:30pm GMT.
3D open-loop electric potential microscopy images accumulated charges at solid-electrolyte interfaces.
Novel AFM method set to boost battery development
Rebecca Pool | 05 October, 2018
3D open-loop electric potential microscopy images accumulated charges at solid-electrolyte interfaces.
Interest in an obscure branch of physics and faith in electron microscopy led to Professor Richard Henderson's biomolecular breakthroughs, reports Rebecca Pool.
The Resolution Revolutionary
Rebecca Pool | 04 October, 2018
Interest in an obscure branch of physics and faith in electron microscopy led to Professor Richard Henderson's biomolecular breakthroughs, reports Rebecca Pool.
Single platinum atoms break the bond between carbon and fluorine.
Atoms break one of the world's strongest bonds
Rebecca Pool | 04 October, 2018
Single platinum atoms break the bond between carbon and fluorine.
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