Month: December 2009

Advanced Correlative Light/Electron Microscopy: Current Methods and New Developments Using Tokuyasu Cryosections

Microscopy is an essential tool for analysis of cellular structures and function. With the advent of new fluorescent probes and super-resolution light microscopy techniques, the study of dynamic processes in living cells has been greatly facilitated. Fluorescence light microscopy provides analytical, quantitative, and three-dimensional (3D) data with emphasis on analysis of live cells using fluorescent …

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Restoring Former Glory with Cotton Buds and a Microscope – The Princely Collections of Liechtenstein

Since the restoration of Vaduz Castle in 1938 and the move of the Princely Family to Vaduz, this is the home of the collections, too. However, only a few of the art treasures are open to the public, and most of these are housed in the LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM in Vienna – the city that has …

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Save Our Memory

In 1852 Leopoldo Alinari, with his brothers Giuseppe and Romualdo, founded a photographic workshop in Florence, which is at the heart of the firm that still bears his name: Fratelli Alinari. It was the beginning of a unique endeavour that specialised in photographic portraiture, works of art and historical monuments, achieving national and international recognition. …

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