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Physicist, Professor John Spence, has developed electron microscopes and X-ray lasers to resolve the unresolvable, reports Rebecca Pool.
Atoms, X-rays and Music
Rebecca Pool | 14 December, 2017
Physicist, Professor John Spence, has developed electron microscopes and X-ray lasers to resolve the unresolvable, reports Rebecca Pool.
Researchers bring super-resolution imaging to the confocal microscope.
Deep cell imaging breakthrough
Rebecca Pool | 14 December, 2017
Researchers bring super-resolution imaging to the confocal microscope.
ZEN Intellesis enables segmentation of correlative microscopy datasets.
ZEISS introduces machine learning capability for microscopy
| 14 December, 2017
ZEN Intellesis enables segmentation of correlative microscopy datasets.
Researchers rely on Renishaw inVia spectrometer for studying complex oxides.
Multi-laser Raman microscopy eases zirconia analysis
| 14 December, 2017
Researchers rely on Renishaw inVia spectrometer for studying complex oxides.
Cryo grid box and puck storage system promises to enhance workflow for cryo-TEM.
Labtech reveals SWISSCI grid box for cryo-TEM
| 12 December, 2017
Cryo grid box and puck storage system promises to enhance workflow for cryo-TEM.
Novel polarisation microscopy reveals live diatom in exquisite detail.
Stunning diatom image wins OSA competition
Rebecca Pool | 12 December, 2017
Novel polarisation microscopy reveals live diatom in exquisite detail.
Bacteria-laden ink is set to fabricate living, functional structures.
New ink contains live bacteria
Rebecca Pool | 12 December, 2017
Bacteria-laden ink is set to fabricate living, functional structures.
Novel fluorescence polarized light microscopy reveals internal forces directing cell migration.
Live-cell microscopy sheds light on cell motion
Rebecca Pool | 12 December, 2017
Novel fluorescence polarized light microscopy reveals internal forces directing cell migration.
Tardigrad embryo, bacterial cells and honey bee antenna clinch top places in 2017 competition.
Winning microscopy images from Royal Society
Rebecca Pool | 12 December, 2017
Tardigrad embryo, bacterial cells and honey bee antenna clinch top places in 2017 competition.
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