A novel label-free microscopy technique enables real-time tracking of intracellular cargo movement within living cells without the need for traditional fluorescent labelling.
Non-invasive brain imaging helped the researchers to diagnose hearing impairments in infants and prescribe the most effective treatment as early as possible.
The new form of microscopy can probe details in an object's surface, like the distribution of a material's lattice and electron temperatures, with nanoscale precision.
CEPI's Centralised Laboratory Network is understood to be the largest global group dedicated to the standardised testing of epidemic and pandemic vaccines.
Physicists have managed to achieve superlensing with minimal losses — breaking through the diffraction limit by a factor of nearly four times — by removing the superlens altogether.
Offering an all-in-one solution for widefield and confocal imaging, the product enables users to simply switch between modes as their imaging requirements evolve.
Researchers have succeeded in activating an organic chemical reaction with a simple electric field. To do this, they designed an electrochemical microfluidic reactor.
TOPTICA has introduced wavelengths at 445 and 447 nm into its TopMode single-frequency diode laser series, suitable for high-resolution Raman spectroscopy, microlithography, multi-wavelength digital holography and interferometry.
According to SMi, the patented technology consists of highly specialised optics that allow the company to view single molecules at unprecedented resolution.
Waters has launched its OligoWorks SPE (solid phase extraction) kits and components to improve sample preparation for LC-MS-based bioanalytical quantitation of therapeutic oligonucleotides.
South Korean scientists have developed what they claim to be the world's first technology to rapidly and highly sensitively detect microplastics in the field.
Dr Woojeong Kim, a passionate researcher in the field of food science and engineering, shares her journey and contributions made in the realm of food research.