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Microscopy

Techniques & Tools Microscopy

Let There be Light!

| Sponsored by Bruker

Catching up with the experts behind the award-winning LUMOS II FTIR microscope

Fields & Applications Microscopy

The Limits of Life

| Lauren Robertson

It’s a question scientists have been chasing after for years – just how did life begin on Earth?

Techniques & Tools COVID-19

3D Imaging of the SARS-CoV-2 Replication Cycle

Subcellular changes within cells infected with SARS-CoV-2 provide insight into the virus’ replication cycle

Fields & Applications Microscopy

Image of the Month: Spot the Fakes

| Lauren Robertson

How art analysis is uncovering the truth behind Russian avant-garde paintings

Techniques & Tools Microscopy

Close to the Edge

| Lauren Robertson

A new single-molecule microscopy technique lets researchers see lipid membranes in unique detail

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: X-Ray Vision

| Lauren Robertson

Using an X-ray-sensitive lanthanide-binding tag (LBT), scientists have demonstrated a new technique for imaging proteins in 3D at nanoscale resolution

Fields & Applications Microscopy

On the Origin of Color

| Lauren Robertson

The 170-year-old mystery behind the first color photographs has been solved

Fields & Applications Microscopy

Got Rhythm?

| Jonathan James

An atomic view of cardiac arrhythmia

Techniques & Tools Microscopy

Doubling Up

| Matthew Hallam

A confocal Raman micrograph illuminates the beauty of cell division

Fields & Applications Forensics

Image of the Month: Elementary, My Dear Watson

| Jonathan James

Large area synchrotron source XFM scan of a natural fingermark showing distribution of Zn (red), Fe (green) and Ti (blue)


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