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Prior Scientific’s ProZ motorised focus stand ideal for imaging large or irregularly shaped samples

Prior Scientific’s ProZ motorised focus stand ideal for imaging large or irregularly shaped samples

The ProZ motorised focus stand from Prior Scientific is the ideal solution for viewing and imaging of samples that may be too large, or irregularly shaped, to be fitted onto a standard microscope frame or stand, but still require high quality imaging. [More]
Applying quantitative microscopy to live cells

Applying quantitative microscopy to live cells

Microscopy's got a long history. It was developed about 350 years ago for scientists to visualize things they could discern, but not describe. The two pioneers of microscopy were Antoine van Leeuwenhoek, who developed the first microscope and soon after the renowned scientist, Robert Hooke. [More]
New three-dimensional map of cystic fibrosis protein offers new insights to treating fatal disease

New three-dimensional map of cystic fibrosis protein offers new insights to treating fatal disease

Rockefeller scientists have created the first three-dimensional map of the protein responsible for cystic fibrosis, an inherited disease for which there is no cure. [More]
MGH researchers develop new methods for mapping and measuring solid stress in tumors

MGH researchers develop new methods for mapping and measuring solid stress in tumors

Massachusetts General Hospital investigators have developed new methods for mapping and measuring solid stress - the force exerted by solid and elastic components - within tumors, an accomplishment that may lead to improved understanding of those forces and their consequences and to novel treatment strategies. [More]
Scientists take one step forward by finding how antibody neutralizes Zika infection

Scientists take one step forward by finding how antibody neutralizes Zika infection

As Zika spreads throughout the world, the call for rapid development of therapeutics to treat Zika rings loud and clear. [More]
New imaging tool helps study toxicity of proteins linked to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases

New imaging tool helps study toxicity of proteins linked to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases

Researchers have developed a new imaging technique that makes it possible to study why proteins associated with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases may go from harmless to toxic. [More]
Biologists create bright red fluorescent protein to track essential cellular processes

Biologists create bright red fluorescent protein to track essential cellular processes

After years of trying, biologists have succeeded in creating an extremely bright red fluorescent protein in the lab. [More]
New approach could revolutionize manufacturing of single-crystal printed electronics

New approach could revolutionize manufacturing of single-crystal printed electronics

Has the time come to replace traditionally used silicon with printable organic semiconductor inks? University of Surrey scientists believe so, especially for future electronics that need to be flexible, lightweight, wearable and low-cost. [More]
FASEB announces winners of 2016 BioArt competition

FASEB announces winners of 2016 BioArt competition

The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology is pleased to announce the winners of the fifth annual BioArt competition. [More]
Noninvasive biomedical imaging technology uses light to map the brain

Noninvasive biomedical imaging technology uses light to map the brain

Scientific progress has provided a solid understanding of the anatomy of the brain. However, there is still no reliable way to examine neuron to neuron communication, as it happens--a key to understanding the correlation between brain structure and brain function. [More]
MEMOIR can help read history and ‘family trees’ of cells

MEMOIR can help read history and ‘family trees’ of cells

Researchers have developed a new method for reading the history and "family trees" of cells. [More]
Researchers gain new insights into how immune response size is controlled

Researchers gain new insights into how immune response size is controlled

Australian and Irish researchers have gained previously unachievable insights into how the size of our immune response is controlled, by developing new imaging and computational biology approaches to follow the behaviour of hundreds of cells. [More]
EPFL scientists discover cause for immune attack in type-1 diabetes

EPFL scientists discover cause for immune attack in type-1 diabetes

Type-1 diabetes occurs when immune cells attack the pancreas. EPFL scientists have now discovered what may trigger this attack, opening new directions for treatments. [More]
New microscopy technique grabs images faster than typical lab cameras

New microscopy technique grabs images faster than typical lab cameras

A new Rice University technique grabs images of chemical processes that happen faster than most laboratory cameras are able to capture them. [More]
Scientists map reorganization of genetic material in cells using 3-D imaging technique

Scientists map reorganization of genetic material in cells using 3-D imaging technique

Scientists have mapped the reorganization of genetic material that takes place when a stem cell matures into a nerve cell. [More]
Global effort may help win battle against antibiotic resistance

Global effort may help win battle against antibiotic resistance

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) does not seem to cause much worry among the general population and can be thought of as a future problem. [More]
arivis AG launches new InViewR software for 3D and 4D visualization of microscope data

arivis AG launches new InViewR software for 3D and 4D visualization of microscope data

arivis AG will be hosting a special event for VIP guests to journey inside biological structures during an immersive virtual reality experience with the newest version of InViewR software. [More]
Linkam introduces new FDVS platform to replicate large scale freeze drying processes

Linkam introduces new FDVS platform to replicate large scale freeze drying processes

Market leaders in temperature controlled microscopy and established manufacturers of advanced freeze drying microscopes, Linkam Scientific Instruments, announce the launch of the FDVS platform, a lyophilisation system to replicate large scale freeze drying processes. [More]
Bruker launches Ultima NeuraLight 3D imaging platform for neuroscience applications

Bruker launches Ultima NeuraLight 3D imaging platform for neuroscience applications

At the 46th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Bruker today announced the release of the Ultima NeuraLight 3D simultaneous, all-optical stimulation and imaging platform for neuroscience applications. [More]
Bitplane launches Imaris 8.4 solution that traces filaments in dense 3D neural networks

Bitplane launches Imaris 8.4 solution that traces filaments in dense 3D neural networks

Bitplane, an Oxford Instruments Company and world leader in 2-4D image visualization, analysis and interpretation, have announced the launch of Imaris 8.4 in advance of the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting in San Diego. [More]
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