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IBM researchers have characterised an 18-carbon ring using atomic force microscopy.
Pure carbon ring created and imaged at last
Rebecca Pool | 16 August, 2019
IBM researchers have characterised an 18-carbon ring using atomic force microscopy.
New software processes vast swathes of data generated by expansion microscopy and light sheet imaging.
'BigStitcher' reconstructs terabyte datasets
Rebecca Pool | 14 August, 2019
New software processes vast swathes of data generated by expansion microscopy and light sheet imaging.
Caltech researchers use scanning tunnelling microscopy to image twisted bilayer graphene.
Image of graphene magic angle revealed
Rebecca Pool | 13 August, 2019
Caltech researchers use scanning tunnelling microscopy to image twisted bilayer graphene.
Cryo-EM images raise hope for better anti-sickness drugs during cancer treatment.
Anti-nausea breakthrough for cancer patients
Rebecca Pool | 08 August, 2019
Cryo-EM images raise hope for better anti-sickness drugs during cancer treatment.
Genetically-encoded fluorescent voltage indicator tracks neural activity over long time periods.
'Voltron' captures live brain cell action
Rebecca Pool | 05 August, 2019
Genetically-encoded fluorescent voltage indicator tracks neural activity over long time periods.
New Krios solution promises highest productivity in the most compact design.
Thermo Fisher Scientific eases cryo-EM adoption with Krios solution
| 05 August, 2019
New Krios solution promises highest productivity in the most compact design.
Spectra promises leading-edge atomic-level imaging and analysis in a single tool.
Thermo Fisher Scientific delivers Spectra S/TEM
Rebecca Pool | 05 August, 2019
Spectra promises leading-edge atomic-level imaging and analysis in a single tool.
Super-resolution microscopy sheds new light on memory formation and causes of Alzheimer's disease.
How dementia proteins become dysfunctional
Rebecca Pool | 01 August, 2019
Super-resolution microscopy sheds new light on memory formation and causes of Alzheimer's disease.
Electron microscopy-based atomic models boost understanding of reactions at fuel cell electrodes.
Fuel cell reactions exposed
Rebecca Pool | 29 July, 2019
Electron microscopy-based atomic models boost understanding of reactions at fuel cell electrodes.
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