Life sciences

Imaging at super resolution

Greg Blackman explores the latest advances made in scientific CMOS sensors and asks whether CCDs still have a place in life science imaging

Capturing the thought process

Rob Ashwell looks at the advances being made in scientific image sensors and how these are furthering our understanding of the brain

Shining light on life

Greg Blackman investigates the imaging techniques used for high-throughput cellular imaging and super resolution microscopy

Probing fluorescence

Jessica Rowbury reports on the latest trends in imaging for fluorescence microscopy, including the move toward scientific CMOS technology

Imaging how proteins interact

Winner of Edmund Optics' 2013 Higher Education Global Grant Program for the Americas, Professor Simon Alford at the University of Illinois at Chicago explains his work on protein-protein interactions and the importance of the optical equipment from Edmund

Building a spectral picture

Greg Blackman looks at the technology surrounding spectral imaging, including hyperspectral and multispectral solutions suitable for industrial imaging

25 years at the top

After a quarter century in the business, PCO is broadening its appeal beyond the research community, as Warren Clark discovers

Life blood

Imaging technology is helping diagnose and treat a range of medical conditions, as Warren Clark discovers

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