Introducing the Microscope - Part 3 Visit the Microscopy Blog for more videos: Introducing the Compound Microscope - Part 3 Instructional video which explains the different parts of a light microscope.
Gas Microscopic with crystal growth Crystal growth set to music Microscopic by Gas at ...... Video of re-crystallizing Para-dichlorobenzene (Mothballs) and DiMethyl-sulfoxide (DMSO) ......... The crystals are melted and then allowed to cool and recrystallize under the polarizing microscope. Magnification 40x You can read more on how the crystals are filmed at The audio of Microscopic can be downloaded at: Check the shop for additional music such as the album gas0095 You can see some of my crystal microphotographs at: Enjoy, Dustin para-dichlorobenzene, p-DCB, PDB
Live Cell Video Microscopy Cellular message movement was captured on this video. Such steps are required for controlled cell growth -- otherwise, cancer and other diseases can result.
A NanoLeap into the Atomic Force Microscope This video engages students with a demonstration of how an Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) is used to image the surface of a DVD.
Gerton Lab - Atomic force microscopy A brief overview of what Jordan Gerton's lab researches. Included is a brief description of fluorescence and atomic force microscopy and the future uses of it. www.physics.utah.edu
Nanobots Compete in Microscopic Soccer Game The world's smallest machines are competing on the world's smallest "soccer field" to demonstrate the abilities of nanobots. (June 29)
How to set up a digital photo microscope Set up your own microscope to take videos of micro animals
Electron Microscope Facility Brookhaven Lab is home to one of only a few Scanning Transmision Electron Microscope (STEM) machines in the world and one of the few that can image single heavy atoms.
Velcro, observed under video microscope This is my first test run using video microscopy technology. Please check this link out for my somewhat famous Velcro photograph:
cell division on contrast microscope
Structure and function of the electron microscope Taken from , the web site for teaching resources and tools -- the easy-to-use interactive platform for education and teaching professionals. yTeach contains a vast array of educational resources ideal for both teachers and learners of mathematics, chemistry, physics and biology at Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4 and A level.
Electron Microscopy Shown on Sunday march 29 2009
iMicroscope: Use your iPhone with a microscope This is the tutorial video for the iMicroscope application which shows how to use the iPhone with a microscope to photograph and measure microscopic objects. App store link: Developer website:
Scanning Probe Microscope The ultimate tool for studying supace morphology....
Microscopic Life in close-up The microscopic community found in almost every aquatic habitat contains dozens of species. This diversity includes bacteria, algae and small metazoa. Some typical representatives have been filmed in this video.
CellScope: Mobile Microscopy Dan Fletcher, "CellScope: Mobile Microscopy"
Introducing the Microscope - Part 1 Visit the Microscopy Blog for more videos: Introducing the Compound Microscope - Part 1 Instructional video which explains the different parts of a light microscope.
Andor Technology - Microscopy Systems - Andor Technology has been a leader in high performance digital camera solutions for almost 20 years. In 2005 we introduced the Revolution Range of Laser Microscopy systems for Live Cell Imaging. Revolution products express a unique blend of hardware and software design, innovation and manufacturing skills. Our aim is to deliver a robust leading edge solution and a positive buying and ownership experience. Andor Revolution covers confocal, TIRF and wide field imaging, with photo-bleaching and activation capabilities. These tools enable researchers to explore live specimens with previously unattainable speed and sensitivity, revealing new details and processes. Confocal scanning is achieved with the Yokogawa CSU-X1 latest generation dual spinning disk. Excitation is supplied by Andors ALC laser combiner, characterized by long life and compact design. The highest quality solid state lasers and ultra-stable mechanical platform deliver up to 5 user-selected wavelengths via optical fiber. The built-in Acousto-Optic Tunable Filter provides microsecond control and effectively eliminates cross talk. An optional multi-port optical switch extends ALC uses to TIRF and FRAPPA illumination. FRAPPA provides an interactive computer-steered laser beam for photo-bleaching and activation. Detection options include filter wheels, field splitters and dual camera adapters to support multi-channel parametric imaging. There are no better detectors for Live Cell Imaging than Andor ...
Zeiss Confocal Microscope at Gustavus Gustavus Adolphus College and its students and faculty have a new high-end scientific research tool-a Zeiss LSM 700 laser (scanning) confocal microscope. Gustavus is currently the only liberal arts college in the nation to own this model Zeiss confocal microscope. Biology and chemisty Professor Jeff Dahlseid shows the microscope to President Jack Ohle in this short video.
Confocal Microscope Training Basic Training Video for use of the Leica Confocal microscope at Tufts.
Human sperm under a microscope Human sperm under a microscope Human semen diluted 1 to 50 with saline solution Observed at 40x, 100x and 400x using a light microscope Dark field microscopy Bright field microscopy Video microscopy
Biomoda Fluorescence Microscopy Presentation
Live Blood ***ysis/Microscopy Red and white blood cells seen under a powerful microscope while still live and active. A powerful assessment of health - visit for more information
Eva Nogales (UC Berkeley): Introduction to Electron Microscopy Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) offers the possibility of visualizing biological structures at resolution well beyond that of light microscopy. Whether you are interested in the ultrastructure of cells and organelles, or in the detailed molecular structure of biological macromolecules, different modalities of TEM can generally be applied to your system of interest. The lecture reviews the physical principles underlying image formation by the interaction of electrons with matter, introduces you to basic and advanced instruments and to sample preparation techniques. Using a number of biological examples from work in the Nogales lab, the lecture then describes the capabilities of the TEM methodology. Special emphasis is placed on the image processing methods used to obtain three-dimensional information from TEM data. See more at
Kurt Thorn (UCSF): Confocal Microscopy Confocal microscopy is a powerful technique for acquiring three-dimensional images of biological samples. Here I discuss the basic principles of confocal microscopy, with specific discussions of the operation of laser scanning and spinning disk confocal microscopes and of their application to biology. See more at
Introduction to Digital Microscopy This video will demonstrate... 1. Parts of a digital microscope 2. Preparing a wet mount of elodea 3. Prepaing a wet mount of onion epidermis 4. Using Motic Images Plus software 5. Viewing and measuring onion cells -------- Queensborough Community College, CUNY Biology Department Introduction to Digital Microscopy Directed by Dr. Nidhi Gadura Featuring Rana Said (General Biology Student) Produced by: Phillip Roncoroni (Academic Computing Center) Alexander Martinez (Academic Computing Center) Special Thanks to Darryl Williams (General Biology Student) BEN Scholars Academy AAAS Equipment Micro-Optics Motic Digital Binocular Microscope iMac computer, Apple Inc. Equipment Funded by US Department of Education Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program P120A060056
Fluorescent Confocal Microscopy This is a sampling of some laser scanning images I have taken. Check out my time lapse videos of living cells (search:neutrophils).
Virtual Microscopy UNSW's Professor Rakesh Kumar on a revolutionary way of using microscopy to teach medicine and science, via an online library of high definition scans of tissue sections.
Electron microscopy of cancer cells, from Cancer Research UK-funded scientists This video is a montage of images taken by the Cancer Research UK Electron Microscopy Unit, based at the London Research Institute. Music courtesy of the Shadow Orchestra.
Introduction to Mucociliary Transport Video Microscopy Mucociliary clearance is an important part of our respiratory defense mechanism. In this video we introduce a model of motile cilia, the structure responsible for mucus clearance, and the effect of temperature and humidity on mucociliary clearance. This video lays the groundwork for understanding the mechanisms behind airway hydration provided by high-flow therapy using the AIRVO™ (Fisher & Paykel Healthcare).
Compost Tea, soil food web, Microscope, Beneficial Soil Microorganisms,BioLogic Systems LLC Microscope video of beneficial soil microorganisms by: BioLogic Systems LLC. Compost tea, Baseline, Humate, fertilizer, permaculture, soil foodweb, soil food web, fungi, soil
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Multitouch Microscope The multitouch microscope brings new dimensions into teaching and research. Researchers at the Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM) and Multitouch Ltd have created a hand and finger gesture controlled microscope. The method is a combination between two technologies: web-based virtual microscopy and a giant size multitouch display. The result is an entirely new way of performing microscopy: by touching a table- or wall-sized screen the user can navigate and zoom within a microscope sample in the same way as in a conventional microscope. Using the touch control it is possible to move from the natural size of the sample to a 1000-fold magnification, at which cells and even subcellular details can be seen.
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Introducing the Microscope - Part 2 Visit the Microscopy Blog for more videos: Introducing the Compound Microscope - Part 2 Instructional video which explains the different parts of a light microscope.
Survey of Microscopic Anatomy- Epithelium Microscopic survey of the epithelial tissue. Discussion of identifing characteristics and landmarks is included. Orig. air date: SEP 29 72 This is part of the Open.Michigan collection at: open.umich.edu
MicroscopicWorld1 The microscopic life in an italian lake (Lago di Candia). Algae and Protozoa are a vital part of the aquatic ecosystem, providing food and shelter for other organisms. As a major part of the world's biodiversity, they contain a vast array of different biochemistries, morphologies and life cycles. What is more, they are often spectacularly beautiful under the microscope.
EMSL's Microscopy Capability (Read the transcript at www.emsl.pnl.gov . The purpose of EMSL's Microscopy Capability Group is to provide support to research using high-end electron and scanning probe microscopes. EMSL's Microscopy Capability Group is unique in that it has a collection of instruments that is rivaled by very few laboratories in the world. The instruments we have include transmission electron microscopes, scanning electron microscopes with focused ion beam capabilities, and scanning probe microscopes. In addition, we have the world's first helium ion microscope at a national user facility.
Conducting Tip Atomic Force Microscopy: Pt 1 of 2 Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is a well established process for visualizing ultrafine surface characteristics. In normal AFM scanning mode a fine needle is drawn very near a surface and is gently bent by the various atomic forces. The conducting tip gives you the chance to measure electrical conductivity at discrete locations and then correlate these measurement with the surface scan that reveals the shape. This video is part one of a two-part series. More information on the CMDITR wiki: depts.washington.edu
EVOS fl Fluorescence Microscope AMG product demo at IBC Drug Discovery & Development Week. AMG (Advanced Microscopy Group), a division of Westover Scientific, Inc., focuses on designing, developing and offering innovative optical equipment for the life sciences market, including research and diagnostic laboratories. AMG's product line includes microscopes, digital imaging equipment, and software for a variety of routine and specialty applications. In this video, Product Manager Dr. Mark Rand demonstrates AMG's latest microscope, the EVOS fl for fluorescence imaging, at the IBC Drug Discovery and Development Week. The EVOS fl platform offers a fully integrated digital imaging system that includes an inverted microscope, high-resolution digital camera and an LCD display.