Time- and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy directly determines electron-phonon coupling in graphite.
Dedicated light-sheet microscope rapidly images cells and organoids in natural environments.
Researchers capture 5 nm detail by combining single molecule localization with structured illumination microscopy.
Light sheet microscopy of polyp takes first place in Nikon Small World In Motion competition.
New rhodamine fluorophores enhance brightness and clarity of sub-cellular structures.
Video called 'Your Textbooks Are Wrong, This Is What Cells Actually Look Like' reveals latest research at UC Berkeley's Advanced Bioimaging Center.
Leica to support new EMBL Imaging Centre
Fluorescence imaging captures the bacterial communities hitch-hiking on marine plastic trash.
Record-breaking stop-motion film created in a scanning electron microscope.
Latest microscope is designed to provide a compact and affordable alternative to conventional fluorescence microscopy.