A hand-made super-microscope has enabled Monash researchers to decipher how bacteria are able to build a wall against the immune system.
Sydney will host a large and diverse gathering of microscopy and microanalysis professionals at the 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19) to be held from 9–14 September 2018 at the International Convention Centre (ICC).
The Eclipse Ts2R is an intermediate inverted research microscope from Nikon that provides a wide variety of observation methods and many enhanced functionalities.
The 4 MP Prime BSI Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera from Photometrics offers 95% quantum efficiency (QE), making it suitable for low-light imaging techniques such as TIRF, radiometric imaging, cell motility and light sheet microscopy.
The ImageXpress Pico Automated Cell Imaging System is more than a digital microscope, combining imaging and powerful analysis for individual labs that need easy automated imaging solutions.
The Thermo Scientific ConservatIR FTIR external reflection accessory lets users analyse objects that do not fit inside the sample compartment of Thermo Scientific benchtop Nicolet FTIR spectrometers.
The IR 2000 CMOS real-time monochrome camera is fine-tuned for applications that require fast response and high sensitivity in both the visible and NIR (up to 1100 nm).
In an effort to create sharper images of rapidly moving processes inside a cell, US scientists have combined two different microscope technologies.
MMI CellScan by Molecular Machines & Industries (MMI) is a microscopy-based slide scanner that allows users to scan full-resolution digital slides, annotate their selection and cut cells by laser microdissection — all in one system.
US researchers are developing a pill that makes tumours light up when exposed to infrared light, and they have demonstrated that the concept works in mice.
The LIGHTVISION near-infrared fluorescence imaging system is designed to support breast cancer treatment through the visualisation of lymph vessels and blood vessels based on the detection of near-infrared fluorescent light emitted from indocyanine green (ICG).
US scientists have set out to take down the counterfeit liquor industry by engineering a device that can easily identify tainted products.