A team of scientists at Umeå University has recently proven a technique by which particular cell types in human organs can be examined with micrometer precision.
Beckman researchers paired microscopy with artificial intelligence to develop a COVID-19 test that's fast, accurate, and cost-effective.
Ultrafast electron microscope opens up new avenues for the development of sensors and quantum devices.
High-angle annular dark-field scanning transmission electron microscopy can be used to determine complex conformational structures of both crystalline and amorphous polynuclear non-planar coordination molecules, as shown...
Two new reconstruction technologies introduced today by ZEISS use Artificial Intelligence to improve data collection and analysis, and speed up decision-making significantly.
CytoSMART Technologies today announced the launch of the new brightfield live-cell imaging system – the CytoSMART Lux3 BR. It is a small brightfield microscope, equipped with a high-quality 6.4 MP CMOS camera.
People might visualize crystals as perfect structures, but they are usually plagued with “defects.” The interesting fact about these defects is that they often appear as a result of atoms experiencing reorganization to reduce the system’s energy and achieve stability.
Scientists at Karolinska Institute used an innovative three-dimensional imaging technology to discover that one part of the autonomic nervous system in the liver experiences severe degeneration in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
A new type of microscope for non-destructive imaging of delicate structures is to be developed by the University of Liverpool QUASAR group, based in the Cockcroft Institute, with spin-out company D-Beam.
Diseases in the central nervous system (CNS), like Alzheimer’s disease (AD), show up early at the microscopic, or cellular, level deep within the brain.