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Bruker Nano GmbH, Germany

Bruker Nano is part of the Bruker Group, a leading brand in scientific instrumentation. We are a supplier of highest quality analytical instrumentation for electron microscopy. Another important part of our product portfolio are spectrometers for micro X-ray fluorescence analysis (Micro-XRF) and tot more

S.T.Japan-Europe GmbH, Germany

S.T. Japan-Europe GmbH supplies a broad range of libraries of Transmission-, ATR-, and Raman-spectra databases. More than 180.000 spectra of Polymers, Packaging Materials, Pharmaceuticals, Pesticides, Solvents, Dyes, Pigments & Stains, etc. covering all the needs of an analytical lab. All spectra more

WITec Wissenschaftliche Instrumente und Technologie GmbH, Germany

Manufacturer of high resolution optical and scanning probe microscopy solutions for scientific and industrial applications. A modular product line allows the combination of different microscopy techniques such as Raman, NSOM or AFM in one instrument for flexible analyses of optical, chemical and str more

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3D Raman Imaging Microscope: High Resolution & Correlative Nanoanalysis

Only ultrasensitive WITec technology combines the highest spectral performance, speed and unrivaled 3D resolution in one instrument more

Take Full Advantage of Spectral Properties of Dielectric Interference Filters

TuneCube allows you to optimally adjust interference filters to your application and at the same time use them as a beam splitter more

Raman Microspectroscopy with Automatic Focus Tracking to Save You Time and Effort

Raman microscopy without the need for time-consuming manual focusing, pre-scanning or sample preparation more

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News Microscopy

  • Graphene layer enables advance in super-resolution microscopy

    Researchers at the University of Göttingen have developed a new method that takes advantage of the unusual properties of graphene to electromagnetically interact with fluorescing (light-emitting) molecules. This method allows scientists to optically measure extremely small distances, in the order of more

  • First high-speed hard X-ray microscopic movies at a free-electron laser

    A group of researchers has for the first time performed high-speed microscopy using an X-ray laser at the European XFEL. The team produced a super slow-motion movie of a bursting glass capillary with micrometre spatial resolution. The method allows for observations of processes that take place at sp more

  • Chemistry in motion

    For the first time, researchers have managed to view previously inaccessible details of certain chemical processes. They have shown there are significant discrete stages to these processes which build on our knowledge of chemical synthesis. These details could aid in the development of methods to sy more

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Videos Microscopy

Optical Microscope with Integrated FT-IR – Nicolet iN10

The Nicolet iN10 FT-IR microscope, empowered by Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Picta™ software, simplifies infrared microscopy spectroscopy, enabling chemists in analytical and investigative chemistry laboratories to take full advantage of the technique’s power. The Nicolet iN10 is an intuitive, integrat more

Combine microscopy and chemical analysis: the automated FTIR-Microscope LUMOS

LUMOS – FT-IR microscopy made easy more

Nanomaterials Up Close: Gum Arabic

This alien glob is a piece of gum arabic from the hardened sap of the Acacia tree, most likely collected from a tree in Sudan. Rox Middleton, from the University of Cambridge, explains how the electron microscope has changed the way we are able to interact with objects at the nanoscale, allowing ... more

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Infographics Microscopy

The Philae Lander

You’ve probably heard the great news over the weekend that the European Space Agency’s Philae lander has awoken from its 7 month slumber on Comet 67P, and is once again relaying collected data back to Earth. You might have less of an idea, however, of what this data is, and why it’s important. This more

Revealing the structures of biomolecules with cryo-electron microscopy

The last of this year’s Nobel Prizes, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, was awarded today. This year’s prize went to the development of cryo-electron microscopy, a technique that allows the structures of biomolecules to be revealed where other techniques fail. It also gives scientists insights into how more

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q&more articles Microscopy

  • Vibrational spectroscopy - Label-free imaging

    Spectroscopic methods are now granting us deep insights into biological systems at previously unattainable spatial and temporal resolutions. Complementing the already well-established fluorescence spectroscopy, the major potential of label-free vibrational spectroscopy has become clear in recent years. Multiscale analyses can be made of proteins, cells and tissue. more

  • Macromolecular environments influence proteins

    The high-intensity interaction of proteins with other macromolecules can cause signifi cant changes to protein properties such as translational mobility, for example, or their conformational states. Accordingly, the study of proteins in macromolecular environments that typically very closely resemble physiological conditions or cell-like environments is of great interest. more

  • Key challenges in bioprocessing

    As far back in time as several thousand years ago our ancestors were using biotechnical processes to make beer, wine and bread. These days, biotechnological processes are not merely used to produce food – they enable a wide variety of applications, from wastewater treatment to manufacturing medicines. more

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Authors Microscopy

  • Mathies V. Evers

    Mathies Evers, born in 1989, studied chemistry at the Ruhr University Bochum, where he researched the synthesis of atom-precise molecular clusters. After his master's degree he started his doctoral thesis at the Chair of Analytical Chemistry II of Professor Dr. Kristina Tschulik and is supported by more

  • Prof. Dr. Sepp D. Kohlwein

    Sepp D. Kohlwein, born in 1954, studied Technical Chemistry at Graz University of Technology and received his technical doctorate there in 1982 at the Institute of Biochemistry. Until 2001, he worked there as an associate professor. After several research stays at the Albert Einstein College of Medi more

  • Kevin Wonner

    Kevin Wonner, born in 1995, studied chemistry with the focus on electrochemical nanoparticle characterization at the Ruhr University Bochum. He started his PhD in 2018 at the chair of Analytical Chemistry II of Professor Dr. Kristina Tschulik and is supported by the graduate school 2376. His doctora more

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Nanovid microscopy

Nanovid microscopy Nanovid microscopy, from “nanometer video-enhanced microscopy”, is a microscopic technique aimed at visualizing colloidal gold particles of 20-40 nm diameter (nanogold, immunogold) as dynamic markers at the light microscopic l ... more

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