Microscopy

It lets us eye otherwise inaccessible tiny structures, and has done so for centuries now. But in recent times microscopy has also made headway into analytics. FTIR and RAMAN microscopes, for example, can obtain spectroscopic data for chemical imaging. Their chemical composition is ascertained by comparison with database entries or reference substance results. The obtained data can be related to surface structures with the help of 3D computer illustrations based on data from microscopic sensors.

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LUMOS – FT-IR microscopy made easy

LUMOS is a fully automated FTIR microscope. Designed to combine best performance for visible inspection and infrared spectral analysis more

3D Raman Imaging Microscope: High Resolution & Correlative Nanoanalysis

Only ultrasensitive WITec technology combines the highest spectral performance, speed and unrivaled 3D resolution in one instrument more

Silicon immersion oil for microscopy of living tissues: ideal thanks to matched refractive index

Optimal image quality due to similar refractive index of the silicone oil (n = 1.406) to that of living tissue (n = 1.38 to 1.39) more

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News Microscopy

  • Quality control inside the cell

    The ability to dispose of proteins that are either aberrant or (in the worst case) toxic is fundamental to a cell's survival. Researchers from Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin have been able to demonstrate the manner in which two specific proteins recognize defective messenger RNAs (molecules th more

  • Explaining how 2-D materials break at the atomic level

    Cracks sank the 'unsinkable' Titanic; decrease the performance of touchscreens and erode teeth. We are familiar with cracks in big or small three-dimensional (3D) objects, but how do thin two-dimensional (2D) materials crack? 2D materials, like molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), have emerged as an importa more

  • Nanoscale view of energy storage

    In a lab 18 feet below the Engineering Quad of Stanford University, researchers in the Dionne lab camped out with one of the most advanced microscopes in the world to capture an unimaginably small reaction. The lab members conducted arduous experiments - sometimes requiring a continuous 30 hours of more

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Videos Microscopy

Fluorescence Microscopy Directly in Your Cell Culture Incubator

The Lumascope™ miniature microscopes enable you to examine cells in their "familiar environment". Due to the compact design, long-term multi-channel recordings of cells (phase contrast, blue-, green- and red-fluorescent) can be performed directly in an incubator, in hypoxia cabinets or even in cold more

Nuclear Pores Captured on Film

Zooming into a nuclear pore complex using a high-speed atomic force microscope reveals the selectivity barrier that filters the traffic of molecules passing between the cytoplasm and nucleus in eukaryotic cells. This is comprised of intrinsically disordered proteins known as FG Nucleoporins that ... more

Faster, Simpler and Better Confocal Imaging

The new FLUOVIEW FV3000 – faster, simpler and better confocal imaging Olympus’ new FLUOVIEW FV3000 confocal laser scanning microscope combines high-performance imaging capabilities with ease of use so researchers in such fields as cell biology, cancer research and stem cell research can collect rele more

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Events Microscopy

Webinar
31-01-2017

Nebulizers : Achieving bioequivalence using laser diffraction and automated microscopy

This webinar will center on the use of laser diffraction as a technique in characterizing nebulizers, and how it is helpful in understanding the delivery of the drug product. The presentation will also cover the application of automated imaging technology in achieving OINDP bioequivalence and how th

Conference
08-02 – 10-02
2017
Heidelberg, DE

Imaging in Pharma R and D

The current revolution in imaging approaches is driving the enhanced observation of biological processes in living tissue, primarily through the application of increasingly enhanced microscopic resolution. These new approaches, which bridge the gap between visible light and electron microscopy, are

Conference
28-02 – 02-03
2017
Berlin, DE

Course on “Time-resolved Microscopy and Correlation Spectroscopy”

The course is intended for individuals wishing an in-depth introduction to the principles of time-resolved fluorescence microscopy and its applications to the Life Sciences. Attendees are usually professionals who are using or intend to use fluorescence microscopy in their research. Most attendees h

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