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Three-photon microscopy provides new view of neural activity in an awake mouse.
First look through all cortical layers of the awake brain
Rebecca Pool | 18 January, 2019
Three-photon microscopy provides new view of neural activity in an awake mouse.
'Nanopositioning for Microscopy' from PI promises ease the process of selecting precision positioning mechanisms.
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| 18 January, 2019
'Nanopositioning for Microscopy' from PI promises ease the process of selecting precision positioning mechanisms.
Belgium-based researchers reveal new methods to study neurons.
Stretching the boundaries of 3D microscopy
Rebecca Pool | 18 January, 2019
Belgium-based researchers reveal new methods to study neurons.
The Microscience Microscopy Congress 2019 is set to be as big and as bold as ever.
MMC 2019: Showcasing the very best in microscopy
| 18 January, 2019
The Microscience Microscopy Congress 2019 is set to be as big and as bold as ever.
This is what happens when Nobel Laureate Eric Betzig and expansion microscopy pioneer Ed Boyden join forces to image the brain.
See the brain as never before
Rebecca Pool | 17 January, 2019
This is what happens when Nobel Laureate Eric Betzig and expansion microscopy pioneer Ed Boyden join forces to image the brain.
Microorganism art wows Instagram users and becomes vital to genome research
'Couch Microscopy' is Instagram hit
Rebecca Pool | 17 January, 2019
Microorganism art wows Instagram users and becomes vital to genome research
Confocal microscopy uncovers how the brain controls circadian rhythms at the cellular level.
Astrocytes drive circadian rhythms
Rebecca Pool | 16 January, 2019
Confocal microscopy uncovers how the brain controls circadian rhythms at the cellular level.
Cryo-EM captures first images of cell 'haystack' nanoscaffold that promotes movement.
Unravelling cell motion
Rebecca Pool | 14 January, 2019
Cryo-EM captures first images of cell 'haystack' nanoscaffold that promotes movement.
New research confirms controversial results that chromosome DNA is packed in stacked layers of chromatin.
Cryo-EM reveals chromosomes are formed by stacked layers
Rebecca Pool | 11 January, 2019
New research confirms controversial results that chromosome DNA is packed in stacked layers of chromatin.
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