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New 937 nm Laser Enables Deeper Imaging with 2-photon Microscopy

New 937 nm Laser Enables Deeper Imaging with 2-photon Microscopy

Two-photon microscopy (2PM) is a valuable tool in biomedical research, as it allows for noninvasive imaging deep into tissues. However, the high repetition frequency of traditional Ti:sapphire mode-locked lasers limits imaging depth at low exposure power, and fiber lasers, which overcome high repetition rates, can still suffer from low gains and low signal-to-noise (SNR) ratio. Researchers from the University of Hong Kong have now developed a new frequency-doubled all-fiber mode-locked laser at 937 nm with a low repetition rate and a high SNR, which enables penetration deeper into tissues while requiring a fraction of the power of other fiber lasers.

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Miniaturized Lab-on-a-Chip for real-time Chemical Analysis of Liquids

Miniaturized Lab-on-a-Chip for real-time Chemical Analysis of Liquids

A fingertip-sized chip replaces bulky laboratory equipment: The possible applications are extremely diverse

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Research Explores New DSC-thermomicroscopy Approach to Reach New Depths in Material Property Analysis

Research Explores New DSC-thermomicroscopy Approach to Reach New Depths in Material Property Analysis

Researchers at the University of Huddersfield have combined differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) with thermomicroscopy to reveal detailed energy changes in specific materials.

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Best Use of Laboratory Resources and Space

Best Use of Laboratory Resources and Space

Need more productivity and space as your lab grows? Here are some quick tips to help optimize your lab assets

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Scientists Fine-Tune “Tweezers of Sound” for Contactless Manipulation

Scientists Fine-Tune “Tweezers of Sound” for Contactless Manipulation

Adaptive control helps realize more stable lifting of particles from surfaces

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