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Bruker’s Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy and Chemical Imaging SNOM/AFM Microscopy System with Broadband Femtosecond IR Laser


The nanoIR3-s Broadband™ nanoscale FTIR (Fourier transform infrared) spec- troscopy system combines high-perfor- mance, nanoIR3-s s-SNOM (scattering scanning near-field optical microscopy) based on femtosecond IR laser technol- ogy. This combination allows research- ers


to make groundbreaking new


discoveries in nanoscale FTIR spectroscopy and chemical imaging for polymeric materials and life science applications. It has appli- cations in nanoscale optical imaging of 2D materials, plasmonic fields, and nanophotonic structures.


Bruker www.bruker.com


Keyence VHX Series Microscopes Te VHX Series


exceeds conventional


imaging tools with a depth of field that is 20 times greater than conventional optical microscopes and a wide range of observation modes, including bright-field, dark-field, polarized Light, and differential interference contrast (DIC). With advanced


measurement capabilities, this system enables a variety of analyses. Expanded memory capacity allows for storage of millions of images. Its easy-to-use interface can be used effectively by expert and novice users.


Keyence www.keyence.com


Rave Scientific’s IBSS In Situ Plasma Cleaner


Have you ever de-magnified when imaging in a


scanning electron microscope and


noticed dark scanlines on your sample? This is hydrocarbon contamination, which can impede the optimum performance of an SEM. Hydrocarbons are generally introduced into the SEM chamber by outgassing samples or by poor specimen


handling. As important as it is to change the oil in a car for optimum engine performance, it is just as important to regularly in situ plasma clean an SEM chamber.


Rave Scientific https://ravescientific.com/sample-preparation/ibss-plasma-cleaner


Miltenyi Biotec’s FFPE Tissue Dissociation Kit


Tis kit enables effective dissociation of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) carcinoma samples for the enrichment and subsequent molecular analysis of carcinoma tumor cells. Tis enhances the sensitivity in molecular experiments, such as mutation


analysis by next-generation sequencing (NGS). Benefits of the FFPE Tissue Dissociation Kit include effective


enrichment of tumor cells from dissociated carcinoma samples based on cytokeratin expression, enhanced sensitivity of DNA analysis from carcinomas with low tumor cell content, and standardized workflow.


Miltenyi Biotec www.miltenyibiotec.com/upload/assets/IM0020690.pdf


2020 January • www.microscopy-today.com


Abberior Instruments Launches the MINFLUX Light Microscope


MINFLUX (minimal photon fluxes) is a cutting-edge method for localizing fluorescent molecules in space with unprecedented precision. MINFLUX probes the location of emitters with an


excitation intensity minimum


and therefore reduces the number of fluorescent photons required for high- precision localization by a factor of up


to 20. For a given number of photons, the precision is improved, and, therefore, localizations below 2 nm are obtained for the first time in a light microscope.


Abberior instruments www.abberior-instruments.com/products/minflux


PerkinElmer MuviCyte Live-Cell Imaging System


Te MuviCyte system is designed to operate inside a cell culture incubator to keep cells healthy and to perform assays over hours, days, or weeks. MuviCyte system can run a variety of assays with three-color fluorescence imaging, z-stacking, and stitching with your preferred culture vessels (chamber slides, Petri dishes, T-flasks, or microplates). Imaging is automatical for walkaway convenience. Te


MuviCyte live-cell imaging kit consists of a MuviCyte live-cell imaging instrument, objective lenses (4×, 10×, and 20×), PC, and monitor.


Perkin Elmer www.perkinelmer.com/MuviCyte_Live/Cell_Imaging


Cytation 5 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader


Te Biotek Cytation™ 5 combines automated digital microscopy and conventional microplate detection in a configurable, upgradable platform. Te microscopy module offers up to 60 × magnification in fluorescence, brightfield, high-contrast


brightfield, color brightfield, and phase contrast. Te multi-mode detection modules include filter- and monochromator-based fluorescence detection, luminescence, and UV-Vis absorbance detection. Gen5™ soſtware provides complete control over all imaging and data capture, plus powerful image and data analysis.


Biotek www.biotek.com


Olympus Announces the scanR High-Content Screening Station


Olympus has launched the scanR high-content screening (HCS) station, a cell imaging solution that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to enable next-generation biological research. It combines the modularity and flexibility of a microscope-based setup with the


automation, speed, throughput, and reproducibility of an HCS station. Aſter a one-time training phase, scanR AI enables the system to automatically analyze new data by incorporating the learned analysis protocol into its assay-based workflow.


Olympus www.olympus-lifescience.com/en/microscopes/inverted/scanr


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