RT @jo__haney: Our paper is out!??Describing novel interactions that result from coinfection with Flu and RSV. We found beautiful hybrid vir…
Oct 26 2022 7:37pm
The DE-64 camera's huge 67-megapixel field-of-view was used in counting mode to visualize hybrid viral particles ge… https://t.co/Z0vv77qQ1t
Oct 26 2022 6:38pm
Impressive #MicroED article from RIKEN proposing a new model of disease-associated mutations in T cell intracellula… https://t.co/a0ZEDHN1g2
Oct 25 2022 1:22pm
Direct Electron was founded in 2007 with the specific aim of developing and delivering ultra-high performance cameras for electron microscopy (EM).
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Direct Electron continues to aggressively push the boundaries of EM camera technology. Our research and development springs out of partnerships between public organizations, academia, and industry. For example, our pioneering Direct Detection Device was developed in collaboration with the University of California San Diego (UCSD) with generous support from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The First-Ever Event-Based Camera for Electron Cryo-Microscopy
This product profile describes the features and characteristics of the zoom lens.
The Thermo Scientific™ ARL™ EQUINOX 3000 X-ray Diffractometer for research enables accurate measurements.
KLA’s Filmetrics F40 allows you to transform your benchtop microscope into an instrument to measure thickness and refractive index.
In this interview, AZoOptics talks to Davis Bowling, who provides guidance into extended reality (XR) optical testing and demonstrates how to optimize the testing process.
AZoOptics speaks to Jan Novotný, one of the founding members of Lightigo, about the significance of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) in the elemental analysis field. Discussing Lightigo's rapid technology, Novotný discusses the latest trends in LIBS technology and its many benefits in several applications.
Dr. Stefan Weber
AZoOptics speaks to Phaseform, whose approach to adaptive optics is helping to refine optic technologies across applications like life sciences microscopy and optical inspection.