Researchers have used synchrotron light to study what happens to the nerves in diabetes, revealing the 3D structure of nerve fibres in very high resolution.
Hong Kong researchers have developed a new optical imaging technology that they believe will push the boundaries of living cells research.
The device could be deployed in potential hotspots around cities, alerting authorities if levels of harmful nitrogen dioxide start to spike.
The technique presents an opportunity to put a 'stamp' on different consumer products, for anti-counterfeiting purposes.
Japanese researchers have developed an imaging technique that provides a highly detailed view of the insides of living cells in their natural state.
The ultraprecise microscope is capable of detecting interactions between individual molecules within intact cells.
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The Thermo Scientific iCAP PRO Series ICP-OES platform is designed to provide a fast, sensitive range of trace element analysis solutions capable of capturing the complete spectrum of high matrix samples in a single run.
The advantage is that X-rays can provide much greater resolution than ultrasound — on the order of tens of micrometres (millionths of a metre) instead of millimetres.
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The TruLive3D Imager from Luxendo is optimised for fast 3D multisample imaging of delicate live specimens in their native 3D environment.
The Thermo Scientific MIC-6 Multi-Instrument Calibrator is designed to save time and improve accuracy of daily calibrations and drift assessments with electronic data capture for leak detection and repair (LDAR) compliance.