July, 2014
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Journal of Microscopy workshops at IMC2014

Friday, August 1, 2014 - 10:15

The Journal of Microscopy will be hosting two author workshops at IMC 2014 in Prague

Cosmic dust could be interstellar

Rebecca Pool
Friday, August 15, 2014 - 08:00

Microscopy and spectroscopy analysis reveals cosmic dust from NASA probe could contain the first confirmed samples of interstellar dust

Laser-cooling boosts AFM sensitivity

Rebecca Pool
Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 09:15

Australia-based physicists have developed a laser-cooling method that boosts the sensitivity of AFM probes by up to 20 times.



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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

Taking a closer look at life sciences research - LifeSight 2014

At MMC in Manchester 1 July Leica Microsystems released LifeSight 2014, its report on trends and challenges in life sciences research

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