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Researchers have used novel techniques to modify inexpensive imaging devices, like a webcam selling for ten euros and a mobile phone camera, into a mini-microscope.
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More than half of British internet users go online without enthusiasm, a new Oxford study has found.
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MIT and NASA researchers have devised a new microscope that uses neutrons - subatomic particles with no electrical charge - instead of beams of light or electrons to create high-resolution images.
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Asia`s first horizontal type transmission electron built by a team of scientists from the city in the 1940s was opened for public display at the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP) in Kolkata.
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Scientists have been able to click the shadow of a single atom for the very first time -- an unprecedented feat crowning efforts lasting more than five years.
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The technology could be used to look at different elements inside a material, or to image viruses, cells and tissue in great detail.
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An optical imaging system small enough to fit onto opto-electronic chip provides variety of benefits.
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Engineers have designed a lens that enables microscopic objects to be seen from nine different angles.
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Scientists have made world`s most powerful optical microscope that allow them to watch live viruses.
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The most powerful atom resolving microscope in the UK has been unveiled at the University of Cambridge.
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Aydogan Ozcan, a UCLA engineer, has created a miniature microscope, the world`s smallest and lightest for telemedicine applications.
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A physicist is all set to design an ultra powerful microscope that can look at molecules and objects 20,000 times thinner than a human hair.
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