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After chemotherapy, cancer cells engulf neighbouring tumour cells to initiate tumour relapse.
Cancer cells turn to cannibalism to survive
Rebecca Pool | 20 September, 2019
After chemotherapy, cancer cells engulf neighbouring tumour cells to initiate tumour relapse.
New cutting-edge technologies are set to accelerate discovery.
Danforth Center expands advanced bioimaging laboratory
| 20 September, 2019
New cutting-edge technologies are set to accelerate discovery.
Revolutionary Lens Manufacturing Overcomes Image Quality Trade-off
Olympus : Objectives without Compromise
| 20 September, 2019
Revolutionary Lens Manufacturing Overcomes Image Quality Trade-off
Latest super-resolution microscope includes EDGE confocal technology for deeper imaging into samples, tissues or organisms.
GE Healthcare reveals DeltaVision OMX Flex
| 20 September, 2019
Latest super-resolution microscope includes EDGE confocal technology for deeper imaging into samples, tissues or organisms.
In-Situ SEM solves mystery of how a sea urchin keeps its teeth nice and sharp.
How a sea urchin sharpens its teeth
Rebecca Pool | 19 September, 2019
In-Situ SEM solves mystery of how a sea urchin keeps its teeth nice and sharp.
US-based researchers aim to use two-photon method to find minute metastases during surgery.
Label-free imaging pinpoints ovarian cancer
Rebecca Pool | 17 September, 2019
US-based researchers aim to use two-photon method to find minute metastases during surgery.
Researchers around the world share stunning images from mesoSPIM instruments as open source initiative is announced.
Light sheet microscopy initiative launched
Rebecca Pool | 17 September, 2019
Researchers around the world share stunning images from mesoSPIM instruments as open source initiative is announced.
New interferometric single-molecule localization method reaches 3 nm resolution.
Single-molecule imaging breakthrough
Rebecca Pool | 12 September, 2019
New interferometric single-molecule localization method reaches 3 nm resolution.
Bristol Composites Institute researchers use the Deben 200N tensile stage in advanced composite studies.
Deben tensile stage to drive composite research forward
Rebecca Pool | 12 September, 2019
Bristol Composites Institute researchers use the Deben 200N tensile stage in advanced composite studies.
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