How Do You View? Illuminating Biological Processes and Structures Through (Bio)chemical Detection

Learn more about how biological processes and structures are illuminated through (bio)chemical detection with this poster from The Scientist and Azure Biosystems!

The Scientist Creative Services Team
Apr 5, 2018

Ever since Antonie van Leeuwenhoek first described the microbial world seen through his microscope, scientists have been looking for new ways to watch biology unfold. These days much of the imaging that goes on in a lab occurs beyond the oculars and takes advantage of sophisticated chemistry to “see” biological processes and structures. As we approach the 345th anniversary of van Leeuwenhoek’s first publication, let’s take a moment to celebrate these powerful techniques that have shed so much light on how life works.

Download this poster from The Scientist, sponsored by Azure Biosystems, to learn more about the strengths, weaknesses, and applications of radiochemistry, chemiluminescence, and fluorescent imaging!

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