Researchers have directly visualised, at the molecular level, a structure that is triggered in response to a cellular signal, expanding our understanding of how cells move.
The Luxendo MuVi SPIM (Cleared Sample) enables 3D imaging of optically cleared samples. It brings together light-sheet fluorescence microscopy and tissue clearing techniques and provides solutions in terms of sample mounting, sample size and optics to enable fast, high-quality 3D imaging of cleared samples.
The Hitachi Ethos FIB-SEM incorporates the latest-generation FE-SEM with beam brightness and stability.
Two Australian scientists have been appointed to assist with the development of a $500 million-dollar synchrotron facility in Mexico.
The Eclipse Ci upright microscope offers simultaneous, motorised switching of objective lens, condenser and light intensity.
The Leica Microsystems DM6 M LIBS microscope allows users to identify the microstructure composition of interest, then trigger the LIBS analysis with a single click.
The ASI Imaging dual selective plane illumination microscopy for cleared tissue (ct-dSPIM) allows for dual views (d) of large samples such as cleared tissue (ct).
The Nanolive 3D Cell Explorer-fluo combines fluorescence microscopy with high-resolution holo-tomographic microscopy, allowing users to non-invasively see how their cells function in response to various stimuli over long time periods.
The HT-2 facilitates three-dimensional fluorescence and optical diffraction tomography of live cells using structured illumination with minimal stress on cells.
A new technique overcomes the limitations of super-resolution microscopy by creating 3D reconstructions from single-colour, 2D images of protein complexes.
TESCAN has released the S9000X, its latest flagship Xe plasma FIB-SEM. It is a useful tool for those involved in ultrahigh-resolution imaging and nanomachining, TEM lamellae preparation and 3D materials analysis.
With the aid of a scanning tunnelling microscope, researchers have employed the diatomic compound as a sensor and transducer to probe and image samples, reportedly gaining an unprecedented amount of information about their structures, bonds and electrical fields.
A scientist who has developed a system which allows her to video mitochondria inside a cell has been named the winner of the In Memory of Neil Lawrence Prize at the 2018 Centenary Institute Medical Innovation Awards.
Combining dual views with dual detection channels, the QuVi SPIM light-sheet microscope enables large-scale imaging of living samples.
Two Nobel Laureates and the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer recently unveiled a multimillion-dollar transmission electron microscope (TEM) at the University of Sydney.