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.
Researchers have imaged proteins assembling into crystals, one molecule at a time, in a living cell.
Cryo-EM and AFM reveal the basic mechanisms behind the body's pressure-sensing Piezo1 proteins.
Artificial intelligence software reliably detects and analyses cell nuclei, even when light exposure is up to 500 times lower than usual.
Linkam managing director, Ross Browne, makes key UK investments to support global expansion.
Tomocube 3D microscope characterises individual lipid droplets in live, unstained cells.
IBM researchers use atomic force microscopy to image the changing structures of charged molecules.
Open source tools, pioneered by Professor Jason Swedlow, are revolutionising microscopy, reports Rebecca Pool.
Cryo-EM delivers 3D images of Cas9 enzyme precisely cutting DNA strands.