Article - 24 Sep 2019
This article discusses the benefits of piezo technology in super resolution microscopy from PI.
News - 29 Sep 2022
An article published in Sensors reveals fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM), an important tool that provides unique information for biomedical research. The FLIM-MLP-Mixer, a multi-layer...
News - 18 Aug 2022
In an article published in the journal Micromachines, researchers demonstrated an electrically tunable/switchable biostable liquid crystal (LC) light shutter in biological optics through a...
News - 15 Apr 2022
When cities transform into a colorful world of lights as darkness falls, it's often only possible to estimate their contours, which depending on the perspective can draw the attention to key...
News - 6 Oct 2020
An optical device that looks like a tiny lighthouse lens can make it simpler to look closely into Petri dishes and detect molecular-level details of biological systems, such as cancer cell growth. The...
News - 22 Jun 2017
A system for recording holograms of minute objects such as living cells at femtosecond speeds has been developed by Scientists at the ITMO University. The innovative technique enables the phase...
News - 17 Oct 2016
A collaborative team of researchers from MIT and Harvard Medical School have produced a biocompatible and highly stretchable optical fiber made from hydrogel. Hydrogel is an elastic, rubbery...
News - 8 Sep 2016
Poorly maintained equipment can leak more than fluids, it can leak money. Spectroline's LeakTracker™ (LT-300) is a powerful, economical leak detection flashlight that's ideal for all...
News - 24 Nov 2015
An innovative approach to calibrating high-tech microscopes enables researchers to track the movement of single molecules in 3D at the nanoscale.
A Stanford University research team, led by W. E....
News - 11 Dec 2012
As technology advances, it tends to shrink. From cell phones to laptops—powered by increasingly faster and tinier processors—everything is getting thinner and sleeker. And now light beams...