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Microscopy & Analysis 01/16/2020 07:00
Asia-Pacific effort to map human brain in four years. Submitted by. user_64683. on 16 January, 2020. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Thursday, January 16, 2020 - 11:45. Image: Synchrotron for Neuroscience Asia Pacific Strategic Enterprise – SYNAPSE – to map human brain. Researchers from the have joined an international team of scientists to map an entire human brain at sub-cellular resolution using synchrotron x-ray microscopy. Image acquisition will take place at 1mm 3 per minute and at 0.3 micron resolution, with researchers intending to complete the map by 2024. The work will link the synchrotron facilities in the Asia Pacific region under a collaboration called - which is expected to involve more than 1000 researchers from Singapore, Japan, So.
Microscopy & Analysis 01/15/2020 10:13
Deep learning restores under-sampled images. Submitted by. user_64683. on 15 January, 2020. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - 15:00. Image: Side by side restoration results of electron microscopy images. [Salk Institute]. Using deep learning, US-based researchers have devised a method to accelerate neuroimaging by up to sixteen times. The new imaging method, called point-scanning super-resolution (PSSR) imaging, can restore under-sampled SEM and laser scanning confocal microscopy images, overcoming the resolution, speed, and sensitivity trade-off issues associated with point-scanning image acquisition. “Not only does this approach work, but our training model can be used right away," says , Director of the at the in San
Microscopy & Analysis 01/15/2020 07:39
Grown in the lab: miniature brain tumour. Submitted by. user_64683. on 15 January, 2020. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - 12:30. Image: A model brain tumour with blood vessels grown in the lab. [Agavi Stavropoulou-Tatla]. UK-based researcher, , has unveiled a stunning image of a mini brain tumour with blood vessels, grown in the lab. So-called tumouroids are miniature versions of tumours grown in laboratories to offer a robust platform for the development of personalised therapies. Stavropoulou-Tatla is currently studying for her PhD, and as she says: “This biomimetic model could provide insight into the mechanisms that drive tumour new blood vessel formation and invasion along blood vessels, and serve as a personalised.
Microscopy & Analysis 01/13/2020 17:34
Steel embrittlement mystery solved. Submitted by. user_64683. on 13 January, 2020. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Monday, January 13, 2020 - 22:30. Image: Atom probe tomography reveals how hydrogen (red) at carbon-rich (blue) dislocations in steel. [University of Sydney]. In a breakthrough for a future hydrogen economy, Australia-based researchers have discovered new evidence of how hydrogen embrittlement in high-strength steel takes place, and importantly, how to prevent it. While hydrogen atoms tend to diffuse and accumulate at dislocations and grain boundaries in a steel, cryogenic atom probe microscopy results, published in , have shown exactly how niobium carbide clusters within its microstructure help to trap the hydrogen, reduce embrittleme.
Microscopy & Analysis 01/09/2020 16:58
World's first monolayer amorphous film created. Submitted by. user_64683. on 09 January, 2020. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Thursday, January 9, 2020 - 21:45. Image: Researchers at the National University of Singapore have synthesised the world's first atomically thin amorphous carbon film. Researchers from the have synthesised the world's first one-atom-thick amorphous material. Atomic resolution imaging revealed the complete absence of long-range periodicity in the monolayer amorphous carbon (MAC), which the researchers hope will settle decades-old debate of exactly how atoms are arranged in amorphous solids. "With MAC, we have shown for the first time that fully amorphous materials can be stable and free-standing in single atomic layers,” sa.
Microscopy & Analysis 01/09/2020 07:43
McPherson unveils utraviolet spectroscopy workstations. Submitted by. user_64683. on 09 January, 2020. Published date:. Thursday, January 9, 2020 - 12:45. Image: McPherson is now shipping systems that deliver tunable energies of light to materials under test in vacuum. has released two new deep UV spectroscopy workstations to facilitate teaching and experimentation in vacuum and ultraviolet physics. The workstations are ideal for spectroscopy experiments in the vacuum ultraviolet regime, potentially advancing quantum information science and engineering. There are two experimental kits available; diagnostic and analytical. The diagnostic system equips the spectrometer with a sensitive CCD detector that can be used to measure spectral emission of
Microscopy & Analysis 01/09/2020 07:14
Olympus delivers Stream Software Version 2.4.2. Submitted by. user_64683. on 09 January, 2020. Published date:. Thursday, January 9, 2020 - 12:15. Image: Olympus Stream image analysis software version 2.4.2. The release of promises to give users even more tools to ensure quality in manufacturing. The software release includes an improved image analysis solution to measure and rate non-metallic inclusion content in high-purity steel. The new inclusion content mode detects and classifies individual fields on a large scan area, expanding on the software’s capabilities to detect and classify individual inclusions in worst field mode. The inclusion content mode provides statistical results of inclusion content on the entire scan area according to thre.
Microscopy & Analysis 01/09/2020 06:02
Seeing the correlative light. Submitted by. user_64683. on 09 January, 2020. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Thursday, January 9, 2020 - 10:45. Image: Paul Verkade with the Leica EMPACT2 and his Rapid Transfer Stage for fast-freezing CLEM samples. When it comes to imaging, ’s first love was electron microscopy at a time when it seemed the world was edging towards confocal methods. It was the late 1980s, the University of Bristol Professor of Bioimaging and academic lead of advanced electron microscopy at the was about to embark on his PhD, and the biological marker, green fluorescent protein, was rising in popularity amongst biologists. "This was when many electron microscopy labs were actually closing as GFP was coming online," he says.
Microscopy & Analysis 01/09/2020 05:30
Author:. Dalia Yablon Ph.D. Machine learning 3: the importance of subject matter expertise. One of the doomsday prophecies often heard in popular culture and media is that ML is going to. . It is easy to get that impression because there are certain, I would say even narrow, set of areas that ML can perform very well. However, it has significant weaknesses that prevent some kind of widespread implementation on all tasks. Human experts in physics, chemistry, engineering, medicine, biology, material science, mathematics etc are at the core of proper development, continuous monitoring, and feedback needed in development and implementation of such algorithms There is a continual need for human intervention beyond the initial algorithm development t.
Microscopy & Analysis 01/08/2020 04:35
SEM unravels how hearing develops. Submitted by. user_64683. on 08 January, 2020. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Wednesday, January 8, 2020 - 09:30. Image: Electron microscopy images reveals mature hair bundles in the inner ear of mice. SEM and fluorescence microscopy and have shed new light onto the development of hair bundles, the intricately complex assemblies in the inner ear responsible for hearing. New results from , at the and the , US, and colleagues, reveal that hearing develops in tandem with form and function. The latest studies point to how scientists might develop techniques to regenerate hair cells and reverse hearing loss, with results potentially focusing future hearing loss reversal research on early development. Hair bundles are.
Microscopy & Analysis 01/06/2020 14:51
Thin ice secret exposed. Submitted by. user_64683. on 06 January, 2020. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Monday, January 6, 2020 - 19:45. Image: Atomic force microscopy reveals exactly how ice grows in two dimensions. [Joseph Francisco]. Using atomic force microscopy and computer simulations, atmospheric chemists from the US-based and colleagues have identified a new way that ice grows in two dimensions. The latest atomic resolution images and results may one day inform the design of materials that make ice removal a simpler and less costly process. “Removing ice is critical when it comes to things like wind turbines, which cannot function when they are covered in ice,” says , Pennsylvania. “If we understand the interaction between water and surface.
Microscopy & Analysis 12/20/2019 06:59
World's tiniest gingerbread house created. Submitted by. user_64683. on 20 December, 2019. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Friday, December 20, 2019 - 11:45. Image: Only microns in size, the gingerbread house was created at McMaster University, Canada. Using a focused ion beam microscope, a Canada-based researcher has created a gingerbread house, only a few microns in size, from silicon, resting on a winking snowman. The winking snowman and gingerbread house etched using FIB.
Microscopy & Analysis 12/18/2019 08:04
How microscopy has influenced literary legends. Submitted by. user_64683. on 18 December, 2019. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Wednesday, December 18, 2019 - 13:00. Image: Microscopy features in more works of literature than you might think. UK-based electron microscopist, , has recently published an article entitled which takes a look at how microscopy has influenced literary works. Publishing in , Harris shows, for example, that the publication of Robert Hooke’s Micrographia (1665) influenced Jonathan Swift’s book Gulliver’s Travels (1726). As he points out, in the chapter 'A Voyage to Brobdingnag', Gulliver becomes a kind of 'human microscope', observing with his naked eye the spots, pimples and freckles on the skins of the giant Brobdingnagia.
Microscopy & Analysis 12/16/2019 13:32
New Zeiss grant - apply now. Submitted by. user_64683. on 16 December, 2019. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Monday, December 16, 2019 - 18:15. Image from Zeiss. has announced a new in partnership with . Together, GSA and Zeiss are offering GSA members an opportunity to apply for up to US$10,000, to be used for innovative microscopy in geoscience projects. Zeiss will also provide access to technology and expertise with the instrumentation. Zeiss Zen system [Zeiss]. Those eligible to apply are members of GSA who are master's or PhD students, post-doctoral researchers, or early career researchers at an institution in North America or Central America. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and members of other groups underrepresented in the geo.
Microscopy & Analysis 12/16/2019 11:03
Seeing muscle cells as never before. Submitted by. user_64683. on 16 December, 2019. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Monday, December 16, 2019 - 16:00. Image: Muscle cells at Christmas (collage made from single cells expressing titin-GFP and titin-DsRed). Using stimulated emission depletion microscopy, , the body’s largest protein known to play a key role in muscle tissue, in real-time. The latest observations, from synthesis to degradation, shed new light on the formation of sarcomeres, the main contractile units of heart and skeletal muscle. To track titin, researchers from the , and colleagues, first genetically engineered a bi-fluorescently labelled knock-in mouse. Then, using STED, as well as confocal laser-scanning microscopy, they could imag.
Microscopy & Analysis 12/16/2019 09:51
Ghost imaging speeds up nanoscopy. Submitted by. user_64683. on 16 December, 2019. Rebecca Pool. Published date:. Monday, December 16, 2019 - 14:45. Image: Ghost imaging set-up (see details at end of article) [Wang et al, Optica]. China-based researchers have developed a method that uses ghost imaging to achieve super-resolution microscopy at unprecedented speeds. Based on stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (STORM), the new nanoscopy method is poised to capture the details of processes within living cells at higher speeds than ever before. As the researchers highlight in , their approach produces nanometre resolution with far fewer imaging frames than traditional super-resolution methods. “Our imaging method can potentially probe dynamic.
Microscopy & Analysis 12/11/2019 10:33
Bruker introduces Luxendo TruLive3D Imager. Submitted by. user_64683. on 11 December, 2019. Published date:. Wednesday, December 11, 2019 - 15:30. Image: Luxendo TruLive3D Imager Light-Sheet Fluorescence Microscope. has launched the , which features dual-sided illumination and efficient light collection for fast imaging of biological samples in native 3D environments. According to the company, the TruLive3D Imager leverages the general benefits of single-plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) to enable rapid 3D imaging with minimal light exposure, confocal resolution and excellent contrast in 3D. An extended sample chamber enables multi-sample experiments and an integrated environmental chamber ensures long-term live observations of even the most

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