Microscopy

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Coherent Fiber Continuum Source Centered at 1040nm by In Situ Transform-Limited Pulse Compression

 

A method using standard, inexpensive components and software to generate ultra-short laser pulses of a quality currently available only from complex, costly...

Dispersion-Relation Fluorescence Spectroscopy

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a new method of studying live cell dynamics and function - particularly molecular transport dynamics -...

Frequency Domain Dynamic Light Scattering (FD-DLS) and Fourier Transform Angular Light Scattering (FT-ALS)

 

The Frequency Domain Dynamic Light Scattering (FD-DLS) is a new methodology that facilitates study of dynamics in arbitrarily scattering samples. Dynamic light...

Coherently Scattering Probes for Super-Resolved Mapping

 

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed coherently scattering probes to allow imaging of intracellular structures at nanometer spatial resolution...

Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Microscopy (ISAM) Using Partially Coherent Light Source

 

Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Microscopy (ISAM) is a method of tomographic optical microscopy that brings the power of computed imaging and inverse...

White Light Quantitative Phase Microscopy PC++

 

The phase contrast microscope is a vital instrument in biological and medical research; it facilitates the observation of living cells by using spatial light...

Jones Phase Microscopy of Transparent and Anisotropic Samples

The phase contrast microscope is a vital instrument in biological and medical research; it facilitates the observation of living cells by using spatial light modulation...

Inverse Scattering for Broadband Scanning Near-Field Microscopy

 

The development of near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOT) has been driven by the need for an imaging technique that retains the various contrast mechanisms...

Spectroscopic Near-Field Scanning Optical Tomography

 

The development of near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOT) has been driven by the need for an imaging technique that retains the various contrast mechanisms...

Near-Field Volume Scanning Optical Tomography

 

The Near-field Volume Scanning Optical Tomography (NVSOT) improves upon the existing Near-field Scanning Optical Microscopy (NSOM) modalities by extending the...

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