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Marty Jopson 9m
Up soon will be today’s where it’s fibre time and a look at cotton, polyester and… poly-cotton!
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Dylan Burnette 9h
This is a single cell as seen through a microscope. It shows the movement of mitochondria (green), microtubules (red) and actin filaments (blue).
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Dan Metcalf 1h
Here is an interview I did on careers in and
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Neil Chatterjee 7h
Heard there was supposed to be a meteor shower tonight... didn’t think I’d see it from the scope room!
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Membrane Enzymology Aug 10
Adi’s paper is on It shows a new strategy to label proteins in live cells using commonly available organic dyes and transcriptional repressors. Oxygen-independent chemogenetic protein tags for live-cell fluorescence microscopy
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Elisabeth Kugler 2h
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ZEISS Microscopy Aug 10
Did you know that a golf ball’s anatomy plays an important role in its performance on the course ⛳? X-ray microscopy helps to verify that the cores are centered and consistent. Imaged using ZEISS Xradia Context microCT:
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BioImagingUK 7s
Thank you for these great journal clubs that can now be watched when it suits!
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The Optical Society Aug 10
-- Researchers demonstrate how three-photon , a technique for in-vivo in biological samples pioneered by has been increasingly utilized over two-photon imaging. Published in
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Nanolive 21h
What do you get when you combine Nanolive cell imaging with fluorescence? Head of Quantitative and label-free expert Dr. Mathieu Fréchin explains all in this exclusive interview:
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Olivier Leroux 22h
Digital/zoomable microscopic slides: my first digital slide (many more to come, at even higher resolution!).
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Sahil Kamboj🔬 Aug 12
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Lucas von Chamier Aug 12
Major update! has just become bigger and better than ever! Loads of new features and a ton of new notebooks. Check out our updated preprint here and try it yourself.
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Phasefocus Aug 12
At Phasefocus we're serious about our quantitative phase imaging which is why we're the only company in the field to have developed a calibration standard for QPI, with the National Physics Laboratory in the UK.
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Hannah Serrage 19h
So excited to be presenting at ! Catch my talk on the 27th August at 15:20 to learn about all things eDNA!
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Dr J Rogel-Salazar Aug 9
for faster and smarter lifetime imaging
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Øystein Ivar Helle Aug 11
Retweet to help fill my job: Application Specialist in Microscopy @ Chip NanoImaging AS
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Dylan Burnette Aug 10
Three fibroblast cells as seen through a microscope. DNA (green), mitochondria (yellow) and actin filaments (purple) are shown. Is this more colorblind friendly than a traditional green, blue and red overlay?
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European XFEL Aug 6
opportunity at for development of MHz X-ray . Check out details. Deadline Aug 23
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Hooke College Aug 7
Tomorrow is ! Enjoy these images of a Maine Coon's guard hair magnified at 1000X and 4000X.
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