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October 8th, 2006
Chris Phoenix: Two new and very cool microscopy techniques have been announced recently. One, the optofluidic microscope, could put an entire microscope, including display, into a device the size of an iPod. The other, photoactivated localization microscopy (PALM), was invented by two unemployed scientists with $50,000 in two months. And both microscopes are sub-wavelength--they use light to gather images that can be more detailed than the so-called diffraction limit.
Wyatt Technology’s 24th International Light Scattering Colloquium to Highlight Developments in Applications and Characterization of Nanoparticles August 21st, 2014
Ultra-short pulse lasers & Positioning August 21st, 2014
Malvern’s Dr Alan Rawle talks TLAs in plenary lecture at Particulate Systems Analysis conference August 21st, 2014
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research Receives the 2014 Microscopy Today Innovation Award for blueDrive Photothermal Excitation August 18th, 2014