A new microscope is said to generate far less noise than customary designs, and its compactness and stability make it suitable for use in hospital operating rooms.
The Thermo Scientific Krios Rx is a high-end cryo-transmission electron microscope (cryo-TEM) designed specifically for ease of use and enhanced automation.
JOEL's JSM-IT800, with the Intelligence Technology (IT) platform, incorporates the company's In-lens Schottky Plus field emission electron gun for various applications from high-resolution imaging to fast elemental mapping.
Thorlabs' Chrolis 6-Wavelength High-Power LED Source is a 6-colour light engine for fluorescence excitation applications. The configurable design combines the light from six user-chosen high-power LEDs into a single 3 mm liquid light guide.
The Thermo Scientific Helios 5 Laser PFIB system is an advanced focused ion beam scanning electron microscope (FIB-SEM) with a fully integrated femtosecond laser that quickly characterises millimetre-scale volumes of material in 3D with nanometre resolution.
Hong Kong researchers have developed a new optical imaging technology that they believe will push the boundaries of living cells research.
The Grundium Ocus portable whole slide imaging microscope gives any hospital, clinic or laboratory the capacity to scan slides in-house and access the pathologist or researcher remotely.
The ultraprecise microscope is capable of detecting interactions between individual molecules within intact cells.
The RCM (1.1) from Confocal.nl is an upgraded version of the RCM (1.0) imaging system. It is suitable for small labs with limited budgets but demanding tasks, particularly when high sensitivity and resolution are desired from the imaging system.
The NeoScope JCM-7000 from JEOL produces high magnification up to 100,000x with large depth of field.
The latest Jenoptik GRYPHAX® ultra high resolution microscopy cameras are the ideal cameras for optimal microscope imaging.
Combining image analysis with a 3D microscopy technique allows researchers to quantify new or little-understood cell biology phenomena, according to Swiss scientists.
Researchers have shown how a standard microscope can be adapted to provide even more information, thanks to the use of an innovative optical component and a reconstruction algorithm.
The Eclipse Ci upright microscope offers simultaneous, motorised switching of objective lens, condenser and light intensity.
The quest to find high-resolution intracellular imaging techniques that do not require any expression of artificial genes has led to the upsurge in development of unlabelled techniques.