Analytical instrumentation > Microscopy

TOPTICA FemtoFiber ultra series femtosecond fibre lasers

20 May, 2024

The turnkey, fully integrated and optimised laser system is designed to deliver high performance for the most demanding scientific and industrial applications in the biotech and semiconductor industries.

Flexibly shaped mirror improves X-ray microscopes

10 May, 2024

Japanese researchers have engineered a mirror for X-rays that can be flexibly shaped, resulting in high levels of precision at the atomic level and increased stability.

Mid-infrared microscope used to look inside bacteria

23 April, 2024

Researchers have constructed an improved mid-infrared microscope, enabling them to see the structures inside living bacteria at the nanometre scale.

Luxendo InVi SPIM Lattice Pro light sheet microscope for live cell imaging

06 March, 2024

The Luxendo InVi SPIM Lattice Pro light sheet microscope provides a high level of flexibility for live cell imaging, illuminating samples using a proprietary Advanced Illumination Module (AIM).

Excelitas X-Cite XYLIS II LED illumination system for microscopy

02 February, 2024

Excelitas's X-Cite XYLIS II is an arc lamp illumination system for routine microscopy and advanced fluorescence imaging applications.

Microscopy technique reveals the secrets of lipid synthesis

30 January, 2024

Researchers have developed a technique dubbed two-colour infrared photothermal microscopy, designed to investigate neutral lipids within lipid droplets of living cells.

Microscopy technique visualises 'traffic jams' inside cells

01 December, 2023

A novel label-free microscopy technique enables real-time tracking of intracellular cargo movement within living cells without the need for traditional fluorescent labelling.

New form of microscopy utilises evanescent waves

23 November, 2023

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.

Physicists achieve superlensing without a superlens

08 November, 2023

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.

CrestOptics CICERO widefield and spinning disk confocal system

01 November, 2023

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.

Automated microscope system improves digital pathology

26 July, 2023

The automated microscope scanning and analysis system will help to provide patients with faster and more accurate pathology results.

Asbestos analysis by transmission electron microscopy, SAED and EDX-S

13 July, 2023 by Laurent Fenouil

Due to the detrimental health effects of asbestos, precise and dependable analytical methods are required to identify and measure its presence.

Light–matter interaction filmed in an electron microscope

09 June, 2023

To film the ultrafast interactions between light and matter, scientists need a time resolution of attoseconds, or a billionth of a billionth of a second.

Excelitas X-Cite XYLIS LED illumination system

07 June, 2023

The X-Cite XYLIS from Excelitas is a white light LED illumination system for advanced fluorescence microscopy applications.

MBF Bioscience Vesalius spinning disk confocal microscope

05 June, 2023

Vesalius, by MBF Bioscience, is a versatile confocal microscope system for fast, large-scale, multichannel 2D and 3D whole-slide imaging of slide-mounted specimens.

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