Cytometry Part A has recently published a special issue on High Throughput and High Content Imaging and Cellular Informatics.
Luis Liz-Marzán and Sara Bals present a collection of selected contributions by different researchers who are recognised as experts in the field of structural characterization as well as on optical and catalytic properties of nanoparticles.
Researchers in China have developed a novel probe for in vivo sialome imaging. Based on the click reaction the fluorophore is generated in situ.
Scrona Ltd. and the ETH Zurich have been announced official World Record Holders for the smallest inkjet-printed colour image
Malvern Instruments Ltd has acquired nanoparticle characterization company NanoSight Ltd. The acquisition was completed on 30th September 2013.
China Innovation Center will significantly expand its research, development and training capabilities to support growth markets in the Asia-Pacific region.
The world’s most advanced extreme-ultraviolet microscope is about to go online at theDOE’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Technique developed several years ago at NIST for improving optical microscopes could be applied to the next generation of computer chip circuit components.
Handheld X-ray camera could provide real-time inspection of sealed containers and facilities.
Scanning transmission electron holography microscope, the first such microscope of its type in the world, up and running at University of Victoria.