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.
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.
New Krios solution promises highest productivity in the most compact design.
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.
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.