February, 2015
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Ultra-small bacteria exposed

Rebecca Pool
Monday, March 2, 2015 - 14:45

Cryo-TEM reveals just how small life can get.

Researchers pinpoint brain-building gene

Rebecca Pool
Friday, February 27, 2015 - 15:00

Germany-based researchers have unveiled a stunning image that sheds light on how humans evolved to have large brains.


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Editor's picks

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

Advanced industrial measuring microscope system

Olympus Corporation has released the STM7 measuring microscope for industrial applications

New application packages for FIB-SEM electronics failure analysis

FEI releases electronics failure analysis applications for Helios NanoLab FIB-SEM portfolio

Fast multibeam scanning electron microscope for brain research

At Neuroscience Zeiss presents MultiSEM 505 with 61 parallel beams for fast imaging of large area samples

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