Graphene for Super-Resolution Microscopy

New method measures extremely small distances in the order of 1 ångström with high accuracy and reproducibility

Controlling Fluorescence with Nanofibers

Better understanding of the interaction between light and atoms near a nanoscale light-guiding structure

Optical Single-Electron Detector

A molecule is sensitive enough to optically detect an electron at a distance of hundreds of nanometers

Quality Control for Fluorescence-based Systems

Innovative fluorescence quality management solution. Since fluorescence-based systems tend to fluctuate from day to day, i. e. due to instable light sources or other effects, they may provide data which are difficult to reproduce. The new device ensures that the instruments provide precise and reliable data.

Wide-Field Multiphoton Imaging

New method for tissue imaging could allow a more detailed and earlier diagnosis of cancer

New Microscope for Optogenetics

Innovative method provides more than 100 times larger field of view for studying brain activity

FMT Imaging Proves Accurate and Sensitive in Deep Tissue Regions

Study to assess sensitivity and accuracy of µCT-FMT under realistic in vivo conditions

Cheaper Bioimaging of In-Vivo Interactions

Single-pixel detection method combined with a mathematical sampling technique

Combined Spectroscopy and Microscopy for Materials Science

Fiber coupling sample holder for the modular, time-resolved spectrometer “FluoTime 300” such that the device can be interfaced to a microscope such as the “MicroTime 100”. Such a combined set-up allows users to easily record time-, space-, and spectrally resolved luminescence spectra from any sample mounted in the microscope.

Automation in Time-resolved Spectroscopy

Software upgrade for the time-resolved modular “FluoTime 300” fluorescence spectrometer that makes it possible to interface it with external accessories, such as the liquid handling automation workstation “Biomek NXP” from Beckman-Coulter.