September, 2014
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Nanocrystals track cancer and combat crime

Rebecca Pool
Monday, October 27, 2014 - 11:15

Singapore-based researchers have synthesised luminescent crystals that could be used for cell-tracking and anti-counterfeiting.

Cryogen-free STM resolves carbon nanotubes at atomic-scale

Rebecca Pool
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 08:45

US researchers have built a liquid helium-free STM to investigate materials and surfaces at atomic resolution.




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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.

Enhanced image analysis software for materials science microscopy

Stream 1.9.2 from Olympus offers enhanced functionality and performance improvements and expanded compatibility

Ultrathin light-sheet microscopy captures sub-cellular action

Nobel prize winner Eric Betzig unveils a new light-sheet microscope that captures 3D images of sub-cellular activity in real time

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