A novel label-free microscopy technique enables real-time tracking of intracellular cargo movement within living cells without the need for traditional fluorescent labelling.
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 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.
The automated microscope scanning and analysis system will help to provide patients with faster and more accurate pathology results.
Due to the detrimental health effects of asbestos, precise and dependable analytical methods are required to identify and measure its presence.
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.
The X-Cite XYLIS from Excelitas is a white light LED illumination system for advanced fluorescence microscopy applications.
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.
ANU technology uses carefully engineered nanoparticles to increase the frequency of light that cameras and other technologies see by up to seven times.
The tiny wearable microscopes offer high-resolution, high-contrast and multicolour imaging in real time across previously inaccessible regions of the spinal cord.
In order to take high-resolution microscopic images of living biological material, you need to know exactly where to point the microscope.
CoolLED's pE-400 is a simple, bright white light microscopy illumination system and a controllable replacement for mercury and metal halide lamps, making it a good choice for clean, green labs.
JEOL's JIB-PS500i is a combined system with an FIB (focused ion beam) that is designed to process with high accuracy and an SEM (scanning electron microscope) with high resolution.
A prototype quantum microscope, demonstrating high-resolution sensitivity, has been developed by an Australian research team.