My watch list  

3,327 Newest Publications about the topic microscopes


You can refine your search further. Select from the filter options on the left to narrow down your results.

[In Depth] Second bid for brain observatory

23-Oct-2015 | Emily Underwood, Science , 2015

Last Friday, prior to the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in nearby Chicgao, nearly 100 top researchers and government officials met to discuss a bold proposal: the creation of a National Brain Observatory, a network of neurotechnology centers tied to the Department of Energy's (DOE's) ...


Cell imaging: Beyond the limits

22-Oct-2015 | Katherine Bourzac, Nature, 2015

Cell imaging: Beyond the limits Nature. doi:10.1038/526S50a Author: Katherine Bourzac Powerful super-resolution microscopes that allow researchers to explore the world at the nanoscale are set to transform our understanding of the ...


Improved longitudinal resolution in tomographic diffractive microscopy with an ellipsoidal mirror

20-Oct-2015 | C. DING, Z. TAN, Journal of Microscopy, 2015

Summary Tomographic diffractive microscopy is a technique, which is able to image transparent unstained samples with high resolution. The three‐dimensional distribution of the complex refractive index can be reconstructed quantitatively from the measured scattered fields under various ...


Cells on biomaterials – some aspects of elemental analysis by means of electron probes

07-Oct-2015 | G. TYLKO, Journal of Microscopy, 2015

Summary Electron probe X‐ray microanalysis enables concomitant observation of specimens and analysis of their elemental composition. The method is attractive for engineers developing tissue‐compatible biomaterials. Either changes in element composition of cells or biomaterial can be defined ...


Synthesis, characterization and cytotoxicity of polyethylene glycol coupled zinc oxide–chemically converted graphene nanocomposite on human OAW42 ovarian cancer cells

28-Sep-2015 | Atanu Naskar, Susanta Bera, Rahul Bhattacharya, Sib Sankar Roy, Sunirmal Jana, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 2015

Present work reports for the first time on successful synthesis of polyethylene glycol (PEG) coupled ZnO–chemically converted graphene (CCG) nanocomposites (ZGP) as well as pristine nano ZnO (ZO), ZnO–CCG (ZG) and ZnO–PEG (ZP) by adopting facile solvothermal method using zinc acetate dihydrate, ...


Ultrabroadband superoscillatory lens composed by plasmonic metasurfaces for subdiffraction light focusing

24-Sep-2015 | Dongliang Tang, Changtao Wang, Zeyu Zhao, Yanqin Wang, Mingbo Pu, Xiong Li, Ping Gao, Xiangang Luo, Laser & Photonics Reviews, 2015

Abstract Conventional optics is diffraction limited due to the cutoff of spatial frequency components, and evanescent waves allow subdiffraction optics at the cost of complex near‐field manipulation. Recently, optical superoscillatory phenomena were employed to realize superresolution lenses ...


Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 23418-23430: A Simple, Low-Cost Platform for Real-Time Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification

16-Sep-2015 | Craw, Pascal ; Mackay, Ruth E.; Naveenathayalan, Angel ; Hudson, Chris ; Branavan, Manoharanehru ; Sadiq, S. Tariq; ..., Sensors, 2015

Advances in microfluidics and the introduction of isothermal nucleic acid amplification assays have resulted in a range of solutions for nucleic acid amplification tests suited for point of care and field use. However, miniaturisation of instrumentation for such assays has not seen such rapid ...


A review of cellphone microscopy for disease detection

16-Sep-2015 | R. DENDERE, N. MYBURG, T.S. DOUGLAS, Journal of Microscopy, 2015

Summary The expansion in global cellphone network coverage coupled with advances in cellphone imaging capabilities present an opportunity for the advancement of cellphone microscopy as a low‐cost alternative to conventional microscopy for disease detection in resource‐limited regions. The ...


Probing Local Electronic Transitions in Organic Semiconductors through Energy‐Loss Spectrum Imaging in the Transmission Electron Microscope

02-Sep-2015 | Changhe Guo, Frances I. Allen, Youngmin Lee, Thinh P. Le, Chengyu Song, Jim Ciston, Andrew M. Minor, Enrique D. Gomez, Advanced Functional Materials, 2015

Improving the performance of organic electronic devices depends on exploiting the complex nanostructures formed in the active layer. Current imaging methods based on transmission electron microscopy provide limited chemical sensitivity, and thus the application to materials with compositionally ...


Microscopic and nanoscopic observations of metallurgical structures around inclusions at interior crack initiation site for a bearing steel in very high‐cycle fatigue

07-Aug-2015 | T. Sakai, N. Oguma, A. Morikawa, Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures, 2015

Abstract In some high‐strength steels, a fatigue crack tends to occur at the interior inclusion after a long‐term sequence of the cyclic loadings at low stress levels, although the crack takes place at the surface in the usual life region at high stress levels. Thus, we have the duplex S–N ...


Page 1 From 333
Subscribe to e-mail updates relating to your search

You will receive via e-mail the latest search results matching your search criteria. This service is free of charge and can be cancelled at any time.

Your browser is not current. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 does not support some functions on Chemie.DE