Microscopes

Seminal Michael Faraday Paper Digitally Stored In Fluorescent Dyes

Harvard researchers have developed a data-storage approach based on mixtures of fluorescent dyes that are printed onto an epoxy surface in tiny spots. The mixture of dyes at each spot encodes information that is then read with a fluorescent...
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Improvements In Microscopy Home In On Biology's Elusive Details

In the late 1600s, the Dutch tradesman Anthoni van Leeuwenhoek began investigating the world of the very small using the first microscope, discovering a riotous world of protists, bacteria, and other previously unseen organisms. Subsequent...

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We Created A Microscope Slide That Could Improve Cancer Diagnosis By Revealing The 'color' Of...

When we look at biological cells under a microscope, they're usually not very colorful. Normally, to visualize them we have to artificially add color—typically by staining. By doing so, we can see their shape and arrangement in a tissue and...
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology

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Team Measures The Breakup Of A Single Chemical Bond

The team used a high-resolution atomic force microscope (AFM) operating in a controlled environment at Princeton's Imaging and Analysis Center. The AFM probe, whose tip ends in a single copper atom, was moved gradually closer to the iron-carbon bond...

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Scientists Use The Glowing Properties Of Plant Cells To Capture Stunning Images

Scientists have come a long way since Antonie van Leeuwenhoek discovered teeming colonies of previously invisible bacteria and protozoa while peering through his custom-made microscopes.
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries

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Microbiology Student Takes Requests For What Foods And Liquids He Should Examine Under A Microscope

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Justice Dodson (@justice.dodson) Justice Dodson, an IMZ pharmacy technician and microbiology student at UC Davis in California, enjoys putting various foods and liquids under a microscope...
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Scientists Create Winning Microscopic Images

The natural world served as the inspiration for the Ohio State University scientists whose microscope images were announced Monday (Sept. 13) among the top 20 winners in the 2021 Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition.
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The Year's Best Microscope Photos Reveal A Hidden World, From A Pregnant Flea To Crystals In A...

Jason Kirk/Nikon Small World Nikon's Small World competition recognizes the art and science of microscope photography. This year's winning images reveal firing neurons, the vessels of leaves and eyeballs, and colorful crystals inside a...
Related topics: Health Photos, Photography, Neurons

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Save 32% On This Hd Digital Microscope That Makes Everything Clearer

TL;DR: Save 32% on this 7" HD Digital USB Microscope as of Sept. 12 — pick it up for just $203.95.Microscopes are not what they used to be like back when you were in middle school studying bacteria slides. Nowadays, everything is amplified and...

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The Kavli Prize Presents: Understanding Atoms [sponsored]

Gerd Binnig shared the Kavli Prize in Nanoscience in 2016 for inventing the atomic force microscope. What transformative impact has this invention had on nanoscience? -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Highly Configurable Open Source Microscope Cooked Up In Freecad

What do you get when you cross a day job as a Medical Histopathologist with an interest in 3D printing and programming? You get a fully-baked Open Source microscope, specifically the Portable Upgradeable Modular Affordable (or PUMA), that’s...
Related topics: Open Source Software

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Physicists Develop New Unique Scanning Tunneling Microscope With Magnetic Cooling To Study Quantum...

Scanning tunneling microscopes capture images of materials with atomic precision and can be used to manipulate individual molecules or atoms. Researchers have been using the instruments for many years to explore the world of nanoscopic phenomena. A...
Related topics: Physics, Quantum

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Seeing Both The Forest And The Trees: Trans-scale Scope Shows Big Picture Of Tiny Targets

Researchers built a microscope system that can image over a million cells at once. The technology allowed the team to simultaneously observe the actions of individual cells as well as the global features of cell populations. This research may...

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Examining Cell Shapes Without A Microscope

Scientists from Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) measured changes in electrical conductivity caused by cells passing through a tiny channel to determine if they were spherical or elongated. They found that the asymmetry of objects...

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Cdc Mask Guidance Assessments Go Under The Microscope And Are Found Devoid Of Science And Reason

"The CDC and its public-health peers have been disaster shows all pandemic long..." The post CDC Mask Guidance Assessments Go Under the Microscope and are Found Devoid of Science and Reason first appeared on Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion.
Related topics: Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

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A Novel Microscope Reveals The Miracle Of Molecular Oxygen

Researchers at the University of Regensburg track the first step in the reaction of one single dye pigment with oxygen at an unprecedented resolution.

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Thermo Fisher (tmo) Advances Customer Research With New Launch

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. TMO recently announced the launch of Thermo Scientific Phenom Pharos G2 Desktop Field Emission Gun -- Scanning Electron Microscope (FEG-SEM). The instrument is designed to accelerate access to advanced nanomaterial...
Related topics: Electrons

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Regulating Facial Recognition Technology? It's The 'wild West Out There,' Says Us Law Boffin

House Committee on the Judiciary told until there is a proper regime, there will be 'misuse, and mistrust' of the tech The role of facial-recognition technology (FRT) was put under the microscope earlier this week after the US House Committee on the...

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Watching Subsurface Defects As They Move

A Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientist and collaborators have demonstrated the first-ever "defect microscope" that can track how populations of defects deep inside macroscopic materials move collectively.

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A Scattering-type Scanning Nearfield Optical Microscope Probes Materials At The Nanoscale

An MIT physicist has built a new instrument of interest to MIT researchers across a wide range of disciplines because it can quickly and relatively inexpensively determine a variety of important characteristics of a material at the nanoscale. It's...
Related topics: Physics

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