Latest Fluorescence Stories
Fish-like animal emanates bright and dim versions of fluorescent light, a phenomenon that could help guide human biotechnological applications
Growing plants in a microscope is helping scientists to view roots developing in 3D and in real time.
Synoptics Health, a manufacturer of innovative digital imaging systems for healthcare applications, is pleased to announce the appointment of industry leading surgical instrument cleaning firm,
According to a new study in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases, biologists looking to identify bats with the deadly white-nose syndrome have a new, non-invasive tool – ultraviolet light.
Scientists from the University of Southampton, in collaboration with the Universities of Sheffield and Crete, have developed a new hybrid energy transfer system, which mimics the processes responsible for photosynthesis.
TAMPA, Fla., May 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ultra Clean Systems, an industry leader in the manufacturing and sales of equipment that cleans surgical instruments, has secured North American distribution
Results of Precision-Paragon [P2]’s Annual Lighting Survey Released Today Yorba Linda, Calif.
A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed the world's first fluorescent sensor to identify the presence of a drug known as GHB that is commonly used to spike beverages.
It’s an odd twist. For scientists to determine if a cell is functioning properly, they must destroy it.
Radiant skin is considered a sign of good health in humans, but plants also glow when they are well. A potential new ESA satellite could use this fluorescence to track the health and productivity of vegetation worldwide.
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