Month: June 2018

Picture This: Photography Podcast: Why Your Photos Suck

Chelsea & Tony discuss 10 things that could be making your photos worse and offer advice on how to improve as a photographer. Get an awesome portfolio at http://squarespace.com/tonyUse the coupon code ‘portfolio’ for 10% off To learn more about photography check out their book: http://sdp.io/s Watch this podcast on our YouTube channel at: http://sdp.io/suck …

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Picture This: Photography Podcast: CANON CONSPIRACY THEORY: Secret MEGA Camera?

Canon has been the #1 camera manufacturer for decades, and they beat Nikon, Sony, Fuji, and all the others with leading-edge innovation. That seems to have changed in the last few years…but Chelsea has a theory that they’re just charging up for the ultimate mirrorless camera. Is it true? Get an awesome portfolio at http://squarespace.com/tonyUse …

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See the Structure with Microscopy – Know the Composition with Laser Spectroscopy

A large number of products and applications require materials analysis. Examples are found in the metal alloy, automotive, aerospace, and electronics industries, as well as the fields of metallurgy/metallography, earth science, and materials science [1]. Finding a balance between the need to ensure product quality or reliability of research results and the cost of analysis …

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FLIM FRET and Biosensors: Versatile Tools for Biomedical Research

The term “biosensor” is chosen for sensors of biological origin. This could be a protein or a peptide, DNA or RNA fragments, cells, and so on. Even entire organisms can serve as biosensors, for example freshwater fish in mortality screening setups for toxic contaminations of water. In a more technical context, biosensors denote compound sensors …

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Researchers Find a “Digital” Mechanism Behind Neuronal Changes from Learning

A critical aspect to consider when imaging neuron spines is their size, well below the diffraction limit of visible light. Far-field fluorescence Nanoscopy enables the elucidation of such details with nanometer resolution and molecular specificity. Using multicolor STED Nanoscopy to investigate live cells, the team, lead by Dr. Dalva, labeled and tracked proteins responsible for …

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