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The invention and establishment of the wet collodion process and the dry-plate negative led to great advancements in the fields of astronomy and medicine in the second half of the nineteenth century.
Article - 11 Jan 2008
LLNL scientists for the first time have validated the idea of using extremely short and intense X-ray pulses to capture images of objects.
Article - 21 Jul 2016
Since the 1930’s, mean skin temperature has been routinely measured through the use of thermistors, thermocouples, and thermocrons that are often attached to the skin directly.
Article - 21 Sep 2023
Atomic force microscopy's (AFM) nanoscale imaging and measurement capabilities allow researchers to gain molecular-level insights into membrane morphology, fouling, surface interactions, and...
Article - 26 Apr 2022
This article will highlight how lasers can be used to study nanoparticle characteristics, such as thermo-optical properties, and their benefit for advancing nanotechnology applications.
Article - 1 Dec 2021
Spectroscopic methods, including Raman spectroscopy, are ideal for the non-invasive imaging of tumors. Spatially resolved versions of the techniques can be used to profile the full tumor site and the...
Article - 24 Mar 2022
AZoOptics speaks to Prof. Simon Scheuring & Dr. Alma P. Perrino about their recent research using a new line-scanning high-speed atomic force microscopy technique. The method helps characterize the...
Article - 9 Sep 2019
In an effort to identify adult stem cells that can be induced into many distinct types of cells, researchers have turned to confocal microscopy.
Article - 27 Sep 2022
Engineers and doctors at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities have designed a 3D-printed device that may help develop personalized lupus treatment, a chronic autoimmune disease with no cure.
Article - 10 Sep 2021
The use of carbon nanotubes has exploded in recent years. Raman spectroscopy has emerged as a standard tool for establishing the various unique properties of carbon nanotubes, allowing scientists to...