Breathing new life into existing tech: FT-IR spectrometer shows molecular orientation

IMAGE: 3D printable optical setup with built-in pattern chamber for a FT-IR spectrometer. Sample is placed on the Si ATR crystals for measurement. view more  Credit: ©M. Takahashi & Ok.... Read more »

Cells/colony motion index of oral keratinocytes predicts epithelial regenerative capacity

IMAGE: The optical circulation (OF) algorithm was used to the image division and analysis of very first passaged (p1) oral keratinocyte cultures to examine general cell/nest development and motion speed.... Read more »

Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation is awarded grant from the Good Food Institute

(LOS ANGELES) – The Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation (TIBI) has actually been awarded a grant by The Good Food Institute (GFI) to establish a unique and reliable technique... Read more »

Above the noise | Livescience.Tech! Science News

IMAGE: Deep knowing assists scientists to discover concealed functions in resistive pulse signals in nanopore picking up of nanoscale items. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka, Japan – Scientists from... Read more »

World’s first fiber-optic ultrasonic imaging probe for future nanoscale disease diagnostics

IMAGE: Concept art revealing the 3D mapping of tiny things by the phonon probe system. The optical fiber consists of a metal layer on its idea and jobs red laser... Read more »

Nondestructive characterization technique helps gallium nitride crystal developments

IMAGE: Measurement system and observation picture of TDs in GaN semiconductor by multiphoton excitation photoluminescence technique. TDs are observed as dark lines. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka – Gallium... Read more »

Membranes unlock potential to vastly increase cell-free vaccine production

IMAGE: With the brand-new iVAX biomanufacturing platform, health care experts can just include water to a test tube with freeze-dried vaccine elements. The water triggers a chain reaction that triggers... Read more »

Marine animals inspire new approaches to structural topology optimization

IMAGE: Glaucio Paulino and Emily Sanders, Georgia Institute of Technology scientists, are co-authors on the paper. view more  Credit: Candler Hobbs, Georgia Tech A mollusk and shrimp are 2 not... Read more »

Nanoparticles reveal their location via mirror SELFI

Can a mirror turn an orange into a doughnut? The response is absolutely no in the genuine (macro) world. But at the nanoscale, a mirror can turn an “orange”... Read more »

The eukaryotic cell nucleus resembles the layout of a superstore

IMAGE: Shelves standing in the superstore are separated with aisles, so individuals can quickly cross each aisle when doing shopping. The nucleus works like the superstore, where rather of racks,... Read more »