Tag Archives: biological imaging

Atomic Force Microscopy for Life Sciences

Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is becoming an increasingly popular tool in biomedical and biological studies. Using a cantilever with a sharp tip attached to the free end, AFM detects the varying forces as the tip is scanned over a sample surface. Not only does this allow it to build up an...
Read More

Light-Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy

front cover of the EKB Fluorescence microscopy is a powerful imaging technology, from the subcellular domain to whole organisms. The outstanding image contrast achieved by specifically labeling the molecules, organelles or structures of interest makes it the most widely used contrasting method in biological imaging....
Read More