Month: May 2019

Photography Lies You Tell Yourself

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Picture This: Photography Podcast: Are DSLR Cameras DEAD?!

  Are DSLRs dead? Tony and Chelsea dive into charts and graphs and find some surprising information about the future of cameras. Our sponsor: squarespace.com/chelsea, coupon ‘chelsea’ OR squarespace.com/Tony, coupon ‘Tony’ Our music provided by share.epidemicsound.com/Tony Watch this podcast in video format sdp.io/DeadCam You can also subscribe to our Picture This! playlist to be notified every time we post …

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Expert Knowledge on High Pressure Freezing and Freeze Fracturing in the Cryo SEM Workflow

What is your department doing and what workflows are mainly used in your lab? How does the Leica workflow portfolio support these? We support all the research activities at Kings College, i.e. principally the life sciences, but we also support materials and chemical science basic research. The workflows we use are a 50/50 split between …

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Fast Visual and Chemical Analysis of Contamination and Underlying Layers

Content For inspection of components or parts, such as soldering and leads on printed circuit boards (electronics) or metal panels on vehicles (automotive and transport), understanding the effects of contamination are important. Significant cost and time savings for material analysis can be achieved when exploiting a 2-in-1 solution. The ability to make confident decisions …

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Bridging Structure and Dynamics at the Nanoscale through Optogenetics and Electrical Stimulation

Nanoscale ultrastructural information is typically obtained by means of static imaging of a fixed and processed specimen. However, this is only a snapshot of one moment within a dynamic system in which structures are constantly changing. Exploring specific time points of a dynamic process is therefore a major challenge. Exploring a process at the nanoscale …

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Nikon | History | One Minute Story Microscopes: 100 years of innovations (1976)

Pioneering microscope systematization The CF microscope was called “the first technological innovation in 100 years”. Behind this achievement was the experience of a Nippon Kogaku optical designer who was on an inspection tour of the IC industry in the U.S.A. He saw many stereo and metallurgical microscopes in the manufacturing and inspection departments, but was …

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Phasor Analysis for FLIM (Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy)

Phasor FLIM is a very powerful analysis tool for molecular species separation and FRET analysis, in particular when the donor has a multi-exponential lifetime, something which is typical of CFP [cyan fluorescent protein] (Caiolfa et al., 2007). Moreover, phasor FLIM combined with STED, allows you to use less STED power to reach the same resolution …

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