Dec. 13, 2017Products
Discover the Olympus IXplore inverted imaging platform, specifically designed for applications. Being able to focus on the important things drives advances in science, and research relies on innovative tools to enable this. That’s ...
Oct. 04, 2017News
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017 to
University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Columbia University, New York, USA
MRC Labora ...
Feb. 12, 2017Science
For centuries diffraction was believed to set the fundamental limit to optical microscopy, so that structures below about half the wavelength of light cannot be resolved. In the last ten years, however, a variety of approaches has been ...
Dec. 15, 2016News
On December 13, 2016 Imaging & Microscopy and Physik Instrumente (PI) hosted a webinar entitled, "Positioning in Microscopy - Integration of Piezo Technology in Microscopy”, for all specialists to explore the ...
Nov. 09, 2016News
The exact positioning of an object or the microscope optics has a decisive influence on the quality of the results. This is particularly the case with newer microscope technologies such as the superresolution microscopy, light sheet or ...
Mar. 18, 2016Science
In the G.I.T. Laboratory CheatSheet "Microscopy" you find all standard features of a light microscope and what one needs to know to use a microscope.
Parts of a microscope
how to calculate the magnification of a micr ...
Jan. 27, 2016News
Modern microscopes allow capturing of detailed images and movies of cells and proteins. These image data could be used for analysis and modeling of living systems by extracting numerical parameters out of images.
Jan. 21, 2016Applications
Author: Joachim Kirschner1
Oct. 08, 2015News
Park Systems, world-leader in atomic force microscopy (AFM) today announced a partnership agreement between their subsidiary Park Systems Japan and Jeol to distribute Park Systems Atomic Force Microscope products in the Japanese ...
Aug. 12, 2015Science
Several years ago, a novel method for the detection and quantitation of protein-protein interactions (PPIs) has been introduced: The micro-patterning approach. It is based on the combination of fluorescent microscopy and micro-patterned ...
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