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  • Scientists Create 3-D Wiring Diagram Of Mouse Brain

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Scientists have created a detailed, three-dimensional wiring diagram of the mouse brain. That should help researchers seek clues about how the human brain works in health and disease.It''s the first brain-wide wiring diagram for a mammal at such a level of detail. While it doesn''t reveal every connection between each of the rodent''s 75 million brain cells, it shows how parts of the brain are connected.The work was described online Wednesday in the journal Nature by Hongkui Zeng and colleagues at the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle.

  • Research and Markets: Global Optical Microscope Market to 2018 - Market Size, Growth, and Forecasts in Nearly 60 Countries

    DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7ht8n9/global_optical) has announced the addition of the "Global Optical Microscope Market to 2018 - Market Size, Growth, and Forecasts in Nearly 60 Countries" report to their offering. Global Optical Microscope Market to 2018 - Market Size, Growth, and Forecasts in Nearly 60 Countries is a comprehensive publication that enables readers the critical perspectives to be able to evaluate the world market for

  • Overview Report on Worldwide Electron Microscopes Market

    Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Electron Microscope Trends" report to their offering. An Electron Microscope (EM) is a high-magnification, high-resolution...

  • Sharpening microscope images: New technique takes cues from astronomy, ophthalmology

    The complexity of biology can befuddle even the most sophisticated light microscopes. Biological samples bend light in unpredictable ways, returning difficult-to-interpret information to the microscope and distorting the resulting image. New imaging technology rapidly corrects for these distortions and sharpens high-resolution images over large volumes of tissue.

  • New technique takes cues from astronomy and ophthalmology to sharpen microscope images

    (Howard Hughes Medical Institute) Scientists are always in search of a sharper image. The complexity of biology can befuddle even the most sophisticated light microscopes. Biological samples bend light in unpredictable ways, returning difficult-to-interpret information to the microscope and distorting the resulting image. New imaging technology developed at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute''s Janelia Farm Research Campus rapidly corrects for these distortions and sharpens high-resolution images over large volumes of tissue.

  
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Titan Tool Supply, Inc.
Low-Cost Micro-Video-Zoom Objective

Titan Tool Supply, Inc., Buffalo, New York, announces the introduction of its new Micro-Video-Zoom Objective featuring a CMOS camera for use in microscopy or to attach to a borescope for connecting to a desktop or laptop computer. The new low-cost unit is supplied with a 6-ft. USB cable and TWAIN-compliant software and has an adjustable back focal length, allowing it to be used with any monocular microscope tube from 150 to 170mm long. Offering a wide range of magnification, fields of view...

Leica Microsystems, Inc.
Light Microscopes

Light microscopes from Leica Microsystems meet the highest demands whatever the application - from routine laboratory work to the research of multi-dimensional dynamic processes in living cells. Perfect application. Leica Microsystems products are developed with the user in mind. That means our light microscopes know what matters most: superlative image quality, ergonomic handling, fast results and cost efficiency. More systematic performance. System solutions consisting of application-oriented...

Titan Tool Supply, Inc.
High-Magnification Measuring Microscopes

Titan Tool Supply  Inc. TM Series high-magnification measuring and metallurgical microscopes. Featuring ultra-fine focus adjustment for the Z axis, the TM microscopes are ideal for measuring strain in lead frames for the semiconductor industry, height of bonded portion of wires, height of solder on printed circuit boards, water bump height, projection of head on VTR drum measurement steps, height steps on PC boards, scoring of metal cans, depth of engraving on plastic molds, and other fine...