Latest Microscope Stories
Berkeley Lab scientists and colleagues will create an advanced extreme-ultraviolet microscope.
Device can be used for medical diagnostics, to image cell growth continuously.
In a feat of technology tweaking that would rival MacGyver, a team of researchers from the University of California, Davis has transformed everyday iPhones into medical-quality imaging and chemical detection devices.
Engineers at UCLA have developed an inexpensive, portable, lensless microscope.
Physicists at UC San Diego have developed a new kind of X-ray microscope that can penetrate deep within materials like Supermanâ€™s fabled X-ray vision and see minute details at the scale of a single nanometer, or one billionth of a meter.
A new multi-technique microscope integrates atomic force microscopy and advanced optical profilometry.
Electrical engineers have long been toying with the idea of designing biological molecules that can be directly integrated into electronic circuits.
Using the only microscope of its kind in Australia, medical scientists have been able for the first time to see the inner workings of T-cells, the front-line troops that alert our immune system to go on the defensive against germs and other invaders in our bloodstream.
Modifying a protein from a plant much favored by science, researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and colleagues have created a new type of genetic tag visible under an electron microscope, illuminating life in never-before-seen detail.
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