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Microscopy
Microscopy is the technical field of using microscopes 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 ′Microscopy’ 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
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
Research report on microscopy devices
The market for international microscopy devices is examined in a report forecasting revenues and trends to 2018
Microfluidic platform sheds light on cancer metastasis
Scientists at an American university have created a microfluidic device to help understand the distribution of tumour cells through the bloodstream
Advanced diagnostic testing on show at biomedical science event
Siemens is attending the Biomedical Science Congress in the UK with its range of clinical and workflow assistance systems for laboratories
Cardium files Excellagen FDA 510(k) submission based on expanded structural and functional properties
Cardium Therapeutics files a new 510(k) submission for its current FDA-cleared Excellagen advanced wound care product to reflect additional and specific structural and functional properties of Excellagen based on the company's supplemental research and development activities.
Siemens expands haematology portfolio with CellaVision distribution deal
Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics signs a distribution agreement with CellaVision as part of a strategic collaboration that enables Siemens to complement the company's existing portfolio of haematology solutions with CellaVision's digital microscopy haematology products.
Life Technologies offers automated cell imaging accessible to all labs
Life Technologies is launching EVOS FL Auto Imaging System with an on-stage incubator designed to enable time-lapse, high-resolution live cell imaging in a fully automated system that is priced to make high-resolution, fluorescence microscopy simple and accessible for any lab.
BioDot partners Applied Spectral Imaging to deliver automated genetic analysis solution
Applied Spectral Imaging has entered into an agreement with BioDot in which both companies will engage in combined sales and marketing of an integration product that will directly link the GenASIs imaging and analysis instrument by ASI and the CellWriter automated dispensing system for FISH and Kary
Olympus KeyMed uses Rigel Medical analysers to improve medical device compliance and safety testing
Field engineers at Olympus KeyMed are using Rigel Medical's Uni-Therm analyser for improved medical device compliance and safety testing.
ALK automated gene scanner for lung cancer therapy receives FDA clearance
Applied Spectral Imaging's GenASIs Scan and Analysis automated microscopy platform receives FDA clearance as an aid in ALK gene analysis for lung cancer therapy selection.
Affymetrix expands QuantiGene ViewRNA license for in vitro diagnostics
Affymetrix is expanding its license agreement with Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics for the company's branched DNA (bDNA) technology whereby Affymetrix is the exclusive licensee for in situ products, including in vitro diagnostics.
Horiba publishes slide digitalisation validation data for traceability
Horiba Medical publishes online a scientific validation study (Ref 1) of the compnay's new HemaCAM computer-assisted microscopy module for fully automated analysis of blood smears.
Horiba Medical-UK launches HaemCell customisable haematology POC package
Horiba Medical–UK launches HaemCell, a totally customisable haematology package that facilitates the entire haematology process, both in the laboratory and at the point of care (POC).
Leica Microsystems acquires Labindia Instruments
Leica Microsystems acquires the microscopy and histopathology business of Labindia Instruments, a leading solutions and service provider in India.
Berkeley Lab agrees to integrate SAXS and NMR data with Bruker
Bruker Corporation is collaborating with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to develop and distribute new structural biology methods and tools to integrate Small-Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR).
Horiba unveils computer-assisted microscopy unit at IBMS Congress 2011
Horiba Medical-UK is launching the company's newest product HemaCAM, the latest innovation in computer-assisted microscopy, at IBMS Congress 2011, 26-28 September, stand F4.
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.
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 Instruments Europe enters partnership deal with EMBL
Nikon Instruments Europe signs a three-year corporate partnership agreement with the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) which is one of the world's top research institutions dedicated to research in the molecular life sciences.
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.
St Jude Children's Research Hospital reports new brain development mechanism
St Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists is reporting new details about mechanisms regulating a crucial step in brain development, offering insight into the origins of epilepsy, mental retardation and possibly brain tumour metastasis
PerkinElmer releases cellular imaging software for microscopy labs
PerkinElmer is releasing a new cellular imaging software solution, the Columbus Scope platform, which is designed specifically for microscopy labs.
LED fibre optic illuminator module simplifies integration for medical OEMs
PerkinElmer is unveiling the company’s new LED Fibre Optic Illuminator Module, which is designed for ease of integration by medical OEMs in endoscopy, surgical microscopy and headlamp applications.
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 Microscope.
EDS detectors support dental school's SEM research study
The University of Maryland Dental School is utilising Thermo Scientific EDS detectors to investigate the nature of 'worm-like' cylindrical structures observed in the dentinal tubules of extracted human teeth.
3D cell culture ;INSERTs offer improved cultivation of adherent cell cultures
Sterilin is offering new Iwaki Vecell 3-dimensional cell culture inserts that provide improved cultivation of adherent cell cultures and reliable cell growth.
Thermo Fisher Scientific opens microanalysis sales and support office in the UK
Thermo Fisher Scientific sets up a sales and support office for microanalysis products sold in the United Kingdom.
iSOFT partners i-Path to offer web-based digital pathology solutions
iSOFT Group is to partner with Belfast-based i-Path Diagnostics to boost its ability to deliver modern, web-based digital pathology solutions to its 150 pathology customers in the UK and the wider market.
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.
New Microscopy Centre opens at Institute of Experimental Medicine in Budapest
Nikon Instruments is partnering with the Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Science KOKI in Budapest, Hungary to open the first Nikon Microscopy Centre (NMC) in Central Europe.
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.
VisEn reveals two new imaging agents for in vivo biomarker quantification
VisEn Medical is launching two new imaging agents - ProSense 750 FAST for expanded versatility in imaging cathepsin activity, and Neutrophil Elastase 680 FAST, for imaging of inflammatory elastase activity associated with disease progression and therapeutic response.
VisEn launches red fluorescent dye for optimised labelling of biomolecules
VisEn Medical is launching its new VivoTag 645 red fluorescent dye for optimised labelling of biomolecules in a broad range of in vitro and in vivo research applications.
Clinical Laboratory Partners agrees cervical cancer test deal with Ikonisys
Clinical Laboratory Partners agrees an exclusive marketing partnership with privately-owned Ikonisys of New Haven, Connecticutt, USA, relating to Ikonisys’ proprietary oncoFISH cervical test, a laboratory developed test for the management of cervical dysplasia.
New fluorescence agent helps measure gastric motility in vivo
VisEn Medical is launching a new GastroSense 750 fluorescence agent for imaging gastric motility and related drug effects in vivo.
New fluorescent dye offers more efficient labelling of biomolecules
VisEn Medical launches its new VivoTag 680 XL fluorescent dye for labelling biomolecules in a broad range of in vitro and in vivo imaging applications.
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
Ikonisys demonstrates molecular-based cervical cancer test at Eurogin
Ikonisys is to exhibit its proprietary oncoFISH cervical test at the Eurogin 2010 Cervical Cancer Prevention Conference held at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo from February 17-20.
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.
Microscience 2010 issues first call for papers
Building on the success of previous years, London's ExCeL is to once again host Microscience 2010, Europe's leading international conference and exhibition on microscopy, imaging and analysis in both the life and physical sciences.
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
Web enabled cellular imaging
Columbus 2.0 from PerkinElmer brings scalable web-enabled high volume data management and analysis to the cellular imaging market
MicroScience conference and exhibition set for June 2010
The Royal Microscopical Society’s conference on imaging, microscopy and analysis for life sciences will be opened in 2010 by Lord Winston
Digital computer microscope for dental labs
Dazor introduces the speckFINDER high definition digital computer microscope for taking the strain out of dental laboratory inspection work
Michelson Diagnostics start in-vivo trials of multi-beam OCT probe
Michelson Diagnostics begins in-vivo trials of the VivoSight Multi-beam Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) probe have begun.
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