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.
Even small changes in oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations can have a significant impact on the final biotherapeutic, meaning that processes must be closely monitored at every stage.
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.
Many common products like shampoos, body lotions, cleaners, mothballs and paint removers contain toxic volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Researchers have found that speckle structured illumination endoscopy can provide high-resolution images with a wide field of view and a large depth of field.
An Australian research team has succeeded in introducing a vascular system into tiny beating model human heart muscles.
ANU technology uses carefully engineered nanoparticles to increase the frequency of light that cameras and other technologies see by up to seven times.
French researchers are using a new, non-invasive technique to visualise microvasculature in donor hearts and detect abnormal blood flow.
The Excelitas pco.edge 6.2 LE sCMOS camera is optimised to realise long exposure times from milliseconds to minutes or even up to one hour.
Researchers have upgraded a breathalyser based on Nobel Prize-winning frequency comb technology and combined it with machine learning to detect SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Researchers have used the results of previous studies to solve the lingering problem of how to overcome the resolution limitations of existing X-ray microscopes.
Human activities emit many kinds of pollutants into the air, and without a molecule called hydroxide (OH), many of these pollutants would keep aggregating in the atmosphere.