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TDKK is offering a new LED microscope light bulb enhancing detail in your microscope images. Allowing for lower energy consumption and much less heat emission. Take a look!
Cleaning your microscope requires a regular inspection and cleaning schedule to ensure your images remain crisp and your microscope stays protected. MicroscopeMaster explores this here.
Biotechnology is the use of biological agents in a controlled manner. Microscopy is evolving to meet the demand for greater image resolution in order to contribute to biotechnological advancement.
Acoustic microscopy is a technique that exemplifies the advancements and accomplishments of science and technology but remains underused. Read on!
Histopathology is a detailed branch of science that focuses solely on the anatomical changes that occur in diseased tissue at a microscopic level.
Carson Zorb USB Digital Microscope has brought a fairly smart and stylish design to us at an affordable price.
Scientists have been utilizing immunohistochemistry techniques to study, identify, and diagnose a variety of antigens that are present in diseased tissue, as well as those that cause an infection
Immunofluorescence is a common technique used to perform biological studies, as it allows scientists to identify and differentiate between antibodies and antigens present in a tissue sample.
Durable and well-engineered, a Leitz microscope offers versatility from their modular design. The Orthoplan, Aristoplan and Diaplan are examined here.
Here at MicroscopeMaster, the goal of explaining the imaging of a blood smear is not to perform diagnoses but to briefly outline the technique and processes needed under brightfield microscopy.