Fluorescence

July 16, 2015

My microscope stinks! The misunderstood 40X correction collar lens.

When consulting on an inverted microscope purchase, one question I always ask is whether the lab intends to use coverslip bottom dishes or plastic vessels. In […]
October 26, 2015

sCMOS runs up the score on CCD

sCMOS scores a touchdown, spikes the ball, and receives a penalty for excessive celebration The technology in complementary metal-oxide semiconductors (CMOS) sensors has been around for […]
November 20, 2015

Color Infidelity: Why Choosing the Wrong Lens is Like Cheating on your Data

The Microscope Objective Lens is a Critical Decision When choosing a microscope and the associated lenses, many microscope users understand that the objective lens is a […]
December 22, 2016

News Flash: The upstart sCMOS technology is now dominating the market

Once considered a speed king, sCMOS is showing its versatility In the early days of sCMOS technology, manufacturers touted only the readout speed of the sensor. […]