Tag Archives: fluorescence microscopy

Free Resource for Microscopy Students and Researchers

Chroma Technology is providing a free resource for microscopy students/researchers. Download the “Handbook of Optical Filters for Fluorescence Microscopy” to get the definitive resource for understanding optical filters. This is a complete guide to help you in your studies and research. Download this oft-cited work now (no login or email required). About Chroma Technology Chroma … Continue reading

05-Dec-2023 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics

greateyes Camera Used in Correlative Microscopy Study

Learn about an application of the GE-VAC In-Vacuum Camera produced by greateyes in a recent study published in the journal “Microscopy and Microanalysis.” The article describing this study is entitled “Laboratory-Based Correlative Soft X-ray and Fluorescence Microscopy in an Integrated Setup.” Here is a synopsis of the article: Correlative microscopy is a powerful technique that combines … Continue reading

30-Nov-2023 Blog, Cameras and Imaging, greateyes

An Introduction to Fluorescence Imaging

Imaging microscopic biological specimens demands greater resolution than can typically be attained via conventional microscopy. Consider a cell, which is predominantly composed of water and is subsequently transparent. Visible light-based microscopy will fail to provide much detail about cellular structures, as most light on the range of 400–700 nanometers (nm) will simply transmit through. This … Continue reading

30-Dec-2020 Blog, Laser Quantum, Lasers

Fluorescence Multiplexing in Microscopy Imaging and Flow Cytometry

Fluorescence multiplexing itself is not new, but its power to acquire large amounts of relevant biological information quickly has advanced significantly in the last few years. Do you have questions about multiplexing? Despite its usefulness to correlate multiple elements, many are unfamiliar with recent advances which are expanding application of this technique. That is why … Continue reading

15-Jan-2020 Blog, Cameras and Imaging, Chroma Technology, Spectroscopy

HiCAM Fluo with SCAPE Microscopy Enables Real-Time In-Vivo Dynamics

Lambert Instruments is pleased to recognize the work described in a recent Nature Methods article authored by the research group of Professor Elizabeth Hillman at Columbia University in the City of New York. The researchers used SCAPE microscopy in combination with the Lambert Instruments HiCAM Fluo to achieve high-resolution volumetric imaging at over 300 volumes-per-second … Continue reading

02-Oct-2019 Blog, Cameras and Imaging, Lambert Instruments
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