Scientists released stunning images of the Coronavirus, that they took with a variety of electron microscopes.
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These are snowflake images under an electron microscope from the Beltsville Agricultural Research Centre in Beltsville, Maryland. Image © Electron and Confocal Microscopy Laboratory, Agricultural
Using an electron microscope, photographer Caren Alpert shot these incredible images of food magnified to reveal details you’d never believe were hidden in such common
Watch an electron microscope view of a phonograph needle in a vinyl record playing in slow motion. Take a look at the video…
A newly developed “quantum microscope” directly observes the electron orbitals of a hydrogen atom, using photoionization and an electrostatic magnifying lens.
A team of Australian researchers from the Ithree institute, have trained a powerful GE ‘OMG’ microscope catch Bacteria, HIV, and Malaria Parasites in the act.
An atomic force microscope (AFM) isn’t anything like an optical microscope that you simply look through to make small things appear bigger. The key step
This 3D-printed microboat from bow to stern, measures just 30 micrometers, a few third of the thickness of a hair.
UCLA scientists created thermoelectric coolers that are only one ten-millionth of a meter.
‘Artificial leaf’ concept inspires researchers to create low-cost device that splits water to produce hydrogen fuel.