Mike Tjepkema

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 […]
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 […]
October 13, 2015

Color infidelity: Why using a light source incorrectly is cheating on your data

Knowledge is power when minimizing error in imaging Maybe you are one of the people who engaged in arguments about whether the dress is white and […]
September 30, 2015

What do you call a Drosophila who likes to drink? A bar fly!

Long hours under the microscope are no joking matter! The thought of a Drosophila headed to the local bar for a drink creates a funny joke, […]