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Imaging Systems for Every Application
Imaging Systems for Every Application

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We don't know about you, but we can't wait to use the science emojis that were recently announced! http://bit.ly/2Laeo8F
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Learn how the cellFRAP system allows complex cellular processes, such as protein movement and interaction, to be investigated through photomanipulation - http://bit.ly/2L8w44w
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Our latest #webinar on the benefits and applications for super-resolution #microscopy in live cell imaging experiments is now available on-demand! Watch it here - http://bit.ly/2JkUl24
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#TBT to the grand opening of the Discovery Center at The University of Texas at Dallas, representing a collaborative effort to provide an imaging core of state-of-the-art instruments and technology. Learn more about the program - http://bit.ly/2zADybS
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#Webinar: Learn about the equipment needed to implement multiphoton #microscopy for deep tissue penetration in your own lab - http://bit.ly/2m8ScgS
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Did you know? This particular type of bluegreen algae can withstand extreme conditions for years; its even been found in the polar regions! Credit: Gerd A. Günther
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Learn why taking steps to be comfortable during your #microscopy workflow can actually improve your productivity - http://bit.ly/2mb0TXY
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Learn how research into the process known as "senescence" may prove promising in the fight to stop cancer cells from proliferating - http://bit.ly/2KYaRtX
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Sensing its surroundings, this human macrophage was captured at 100x magnification using spinning disk confocal #microscopy. Credit: Raphael Gaudin http://bit.ly/2un4xlc
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Zoom in. You can see individual details of this acorn weevil's body and rostrum, but it's actually just 9mm in length! Dr. Csaba Pintér
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