US researchers have used X-ray microscope technology to image plant cells, whole tissues and even organs at unprecedented depths with cellular resolution.
A high-speed confocal microscope with a small footprint, BC43 is purposefully easy to use, allowing researchers to save time while capturing high-quality 3D images.
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) applications are expanding to include not only basic research, but also quality control at manufacturing sites.
The Eclipse Ci-L plus biological microscope from Nikon has been ergonomically enhanced in order to improve long-term comfort.
Based on a multispot structured illumination system, the easy-to-use module can be used to study cellular structures up to an XY resolution of ~100 nm.
By modifying the surface of conventional microscope slides at the nanoscale, biological structures and cells take on a striking colour contrast which can be used to detect disease.
The FEG-SEM offers floor-model performance on a desktop microscope, with loads of added benefits that make it fast and easy to operate.
CytoSMART Technologies has announced the CytoSMART Lux3 BR brightfield live-cell imaging system — a small brightfield microscope equipped with a high-quality 6.4 MP CMOS camera.
The 4.2 MP pco.panda bi back-illuminated camera incorporates the latest 16 bit sCMOS back illuminated sensor to offer up to 95% quantum efficiency without the need for active cooling.
Researchers have created a quantum microscope that can reveal biological structures that would otherwise be impossible to see.
Mightex's Polygon DMD pattern illuminators provide spatiotemporal control of light with subcellular resolution, making them a suitable illumination tool for life science research.
A new technology improves the resolution of an ordinary light microscope so that it can be used to directly observe finer structures and details in living cells.
SRRF-Stream+ from Andor is a real-time super-resolution microscopy functionality that operates exclusively on Andor's iXon Life, iXon Ultra EMCCD cameras and Sona back-illuminated sCMOS cameras.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the Talos F200E scanning transmission electron microscope ((S)TEM), combining atomic-level resolution imaging and fast energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS) analysis for the demands of the semiconductor industry.
Nikon has announced the release of the Eclipse Si biological microscope, with intelligent time-saving features, an automatic shut-off mode and an ergonomic design to reduce the physical strain that can occur with prolonged microscope use.