September, 2014
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Fluorescent nanostructures set to track tumours

Rebecca Pool
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 - 08:00

US researchers have unveiled magneto-fluorescent nanoparticles that fluoresce while being precisely manipulated into position, with magnets, within living cells.

Two-photon microscopy shakes up cell biology

Rebecca Pool
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - 11:30

US researchers claim to be the first to image mitochondria oscillations in live animals


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Video interviews from M&M 2014

This year at Microscopy and Microanalysis the team from M&A managed to catch a few words with various companies

STM builds better quantum dots

Claiming a world first, researchers have constructed quantum dots and molecules with atomic accuracy

Cryo-EM unravels ribosome mysteries

US researchers have discovered structural differences between human and bacteria ribosomes alter how each decodes genetic information

18th International Microscopy Congress in Prague: M&A Reports

The 18th International Microscopy Congress was held in the beautiful and vibrant baroque city of Prague in the Czech Republic from 7-12 September 2014.

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