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A microscope is an insturment used to view samples or objects. There are three major branches of microscopy: optical, electron and scanning probe microscopy. Optical and electron microscopy involve the diffraction, reflection, or refraction of electromagnetic radiation interacting with the subject of study, and the subsequent collection of this scattered radiation in order to build up an image. Scanning probe microscopy involves the interaction of a scanning probe with the surface or object of interest. The links shown on this page feature the key word ′Microscope’ in their stories:
Micro indentation technique of bone testing
Olympus is enabling the testing of the mechanical properties of bone material for healthcare purposes using micro-indentation
Digital pathology image sharing improves cancer care
A new product launched by Sectra enables swifter diagnosis by providing pathologists to review images digitally
Tiny diamonds provide more accurate picture of living cells
Tiny diamonds are providing new possibilities for accurate measurements of processes inside living cells with potential to improve drug delivery and cancer therapeutics: researchers from Cardiff University have unveiled a new method for viewing nanodiamonds inside human living cells for purposes of
Multi-pedal footswitch/joystick selected for ophthalmic surgery microscope
As an important part of its switching and sensing products range, Herga Technology designs and supplies hand and foot controls for medical equipment applications. One such application example is the 8-way footswitch/joystick controller supplied to the global medical and optical equipment manufacture
Compact, small-scale incubator microscope examines cells in time lapse
Biologists and doctors rely heavily on incubators and microscopes. Now the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT has come up with a novel device that combines the functions of both these tools in a compact and extremely small-scale system. It is ideally suited for time-lapse examinati
Gravity-beating ultrasonic tweezers for bio-engineering
Pioneering "tweezers" that use ultrasound beams to grip and manipulate tiny clusters of cells under electronic, push-button control could lead to life-changing medical advances, such as better cartilage implants that reduce the need for knee replacement operations.
Virtual pathology laboratory for cancer research
Digitization of tumour tissue research in use to improve speed of cancer diagnosis and treatment in collaboration with the Institut Curie
Prototype device detects early-stage malarial infection
Researchers at MIT find a way to detect early-stage malarial infection of blood cells by measuring changes in the infected cells' electrical properties.
Horiba Scientific launches Raman ParticleFinder software to automate particle location and chemical characterization
Horiba Scientific is launching the company's new ParticleFinder module for the LabSpec 6 Spectroscopy Suite.
Bruker releases benchtop 3D optical microscope system
Bruker is launching the ContourGT-I 3D Optical Microscope to enhance R and D productivity and maximise manufacturing throughput for industrial applications.
New 3D HD video system advances surgical visualization performance
TRENION 3D HD, a flexible and modular extension to the OPMI Pentero and OPMI PENTERO 900 surgical microscopes of Carl Zeiss, allows for high-definition, three-dimensional co-observation inside and outside the operating room.
Next generation of inverted microscope systems offers intuitive ease-of-use
Olympus is releasing the innovative new IX3 series of inverted research microscope systems for effortless, intuitive live cell imaging and clinical analysis.
Improved diagnostic test identifies treatment for children with acute myeloid leukemia
Research led by St Jude Children's Research Hospital investigators has identified the best test for measuring early treatment response for young patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
Swedish Covenant Hospital deploys information-guided surgery solution
Swedish Covenant Hospital is reporting the success of its first prone occipital brain tumour case using Curve Image Guided Surgery by Brainlab, the ultimate command and control centre for information-guided surgery.
Carl Zeiss surgical microscope clinches red dot Award
Carl Zeiss Meditec's OPMI PENTERO 900 surgical microscope wins the red dot award: product design 2012 in the Life Science and Medicine category.
Cambio releases screening tools to accelerate drug discovery
Transcreener HTS Assays and iuvo Microconduit array technology is now exclusively available in the UK from Cambio to meet a demand for high performance tools which will speed discovery of new therapies.
UPMC pathology study scores Barco Coronis Fusion display highly
A scientific study conducted by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's (UPMC) pathology department ranks Barco's Coronis Fusion 6MP DL medical display as number one in image quality and diagnostic confidence, outscoring other display modalities in a side-by-side comparison that also included
Nikon unveils new confocal microscope for live cell imaging
Nikon Instruments is introducing the C2 plus, an enhanced version of its C2 Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope for entry and mid-level confocal imaging.
VTT combines mobile phone technology with microscopy
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland develops an optical accessory that turns an ordinary camera phone into a high-resolution microscope.
Carltex focuses on microscope LCD digital tablet/cameras
Carltex has introduced a new line of microscope LCD digital tablet/cameras which are ideal for any microscope that is used in education, industry, medical and R&D applications.
Modular upright microscopes focus on medical research benefits
Nikon's new Eclipse Ni seriesis is advancing the perfromance of upright biological microscopes by using core technology from Nikon's Eclipse Ti inverted research microscope, the Eclipse Ni series offers multi-mode system expandability to meet the imaging needs of bioscience and medical research on o
Labmedicin Skane installs displays for digital pathology diagnosis
Barco is to deliver Coronis Fusion 6MP DL display systems for digital pathology diagnosis to Labmedicin Skane, the laboratory organization under supervision of the Skane Regional Council (Sweden).
Nikon launches eco-friendly clinical microscope series
The new range of Nikon upright clinical microscopes is evolving to meet the demand for ergonomic, eco-friendly and easy-to-use imaging systems.
India's ACTREC give brain tumours nowhere to hide
Neurosurgeons at India's ACTREC (The Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer) in Mumbai employ Elekta SonoWand Invite to treat 15 patients with brain tumours since the centre acquired the system in July 2011.
Five megapixel colour digital camera offers smooth live imaging benefits
Olympus releases a five megapixel colour digital camera optimised for viewing, documentation, reporting and analysis using your microscope.
Nikon offers new streamlined multiphoton confocal imaging system
Nikon is introducing a streamlined version of its innovative A1R MP multiphoton confocal imaging system.
Ventana launches next generation digital pathology application software
Ventana Medical Systems is introducing the company’s next generation Virtuoso digital pathology application software.
Nikon unveils next generation Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope
Nikon Instruments is launching the next generation Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope for entry and mid-level confocal imaging.
Diagnostics and Medical Imaging – Intellectual property
FOCUS ZONE REPORT – ICAP Ocean Tomo, the intellectual property brokerage division of ICAP which claims to be the world's premier patent auction firm, is organising the sale of x-ray imaging patents from the inventor Till Keesmann.
Cellular analysis system offers controlled shear flow solution
Fluxion Biosciences is launching the company’s new BioFlux 1000Z system for live cell imaging at the 50th American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting to be held December 11-15, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
CRi unveils new multispectral imaging technology solution
Cambridge Research and Instrumentation (CRi), is adding to the company’s Nuance multispectral imaging product family for multicolour tissue and cell-based imaging.
Two new Olympus motorized microscopes focus on clinical research benefits
Olympus introduces two new microscopes to the company’s leading BX3 series: the BX53 Motorized Advanced Research Microscope and BX43 Motorized Clinical and Research
Omnyx begins clinical research testing of new digital pathology platform
Omnyx, the imaging joint venture between GE Healthcare and UPMC is initiating clinical research testing of a breakthrough digital pathology platform that is expected to help transform the 125-year-old practice of pathologists using glass slides.
Automated cell image analyser targets mid-volume haematology testing demands
Sysmex is adding the CellaVision DM1200 cell image analysis analyser to the company’s haematology product offering.
Thermo Fisher Scientific unveils all-in-one microanalysis solution
Thermo Fisher Scientific launches the QuasOr EBSD, an option for its all-in-one microanalysis solution, NORAN System 7.
Nikon unveils new incubator imaging system
Nikon is adding to its series of BioStation incubator imaging systems with the introduction of the new BioStation IM-Q, which allows users with minimal microscopy experience to conduct live cell imaging without a steep learning curve.
New microscope slide offers TB detection benefits
QBC Diagnostics is releasing the SureFocus Microscope Slide, which the company claims is a breakthrough in the detection of tuberculosis bacteria.
Automated solution improves pathology laboratory workflows
Thermo Fisher Scientific unveils a new automated solution that labels and tracks patient tissue samples on cassettes and slides as they progress through pathology laboratories.
New confocal microscope software helps analyse molecular diffusion inside cells
The new Diffusion Measurement Package for Olympus ASW 2.1 software is now offering scientists the ability to use three powerful methods of measuring and analysing intracellular molecular diffusion.
Nikon introduces new colour camera to Digital Sight series
Nikon is adding the high speed DS-Vi1 colour camera to its market-leading range of Digital Sight cameras for microscopic imaging.
Omnyx licenses digital pathology patents from Olympus
Olympus America signs a nonexclusive worldwide licensing agreement with Omnyx, a joint venture of GE Healthcare and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, allows Omnyx to access a portfolio of Olympus America patents in the field of virtual microscopy and digital pathology, to help develop sol
Nikon launches Multiphoton and Confocal microscope system
Nikon Instruments launches its new A1R MP Multiphoton and Confocal microscope system for high speed, high resolution and high sensitivity multiphoton excitation and confocal fluorescence imaging.
Nikon licenses UCSF's Structured Illumination Microscopy technology
Nikon has signs an agreement with the University of California, San Francisco Office of Technology Management for Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM) technology.
Nikon licenses Harvard's STORM microscopy technology
Nikon Instruments announces that Nikon Corporation signs a licensing agreement with Harvard University granting Nikon the rights to use the Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy (STORM) technology.
New software module offers faster FRET experiments
The new physiology module of the Zeiss AxioVision 4.7 microscopy software enables cell and development biologists to enhance fluorescence signals and the suppress image noise, to support their FRET investigations.
Non-invasive electon microscopy for living tissue
Researchers at MIT have developed a scheme enabling the use of electron microscopes to remotely sense objects and avoid damage to the imaged target
Advanced brain scanning from Carl Zeiss SMT
Analytical instruments and electron microscopes bring high resolution imaging to the field of brain mapping
Follow on contract for haematology analysers
The ABX Pentra DX 120 analysers from Horiba Medical prove to be a popular choice at Airedale with additional units order by pathology lab
Nerve integrity monitor for use in skull based surgery
Ear, Nose and throat as well as other surgeons now have the ability to monitor nerve integrity and confirm motor nerve function during surgery
Patent received for digital pathology technology
Improved image quality and reduced scan times feature in GE Healthcare technology licensed to Omnyx for digital pathology
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