2019 Top 10 Innovations
2019 Top 10 Innovations
From a mass photometer to improved breath biopsy probes, these new products are poised for scientific success.
2019 Top 10 Innovations
2019 Top 10 Innovations

From a mass photometer to improved breath biopsy probes, these new products are poised for scientific success.

From a mass photometer to improved breath biopsy probes, these new products are poised for scientific success.

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Image of the Day: Meteorite Under the Scope
Image of the Day: Meteorite Under the Scope
Emily Makowski | Oct 1, 2019
Artist Carol Roullard specializes in microcrystal photography.
Image of the Day: Super Speedy Microscopy
Image of the Day: Super Speedy Microscopy
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 9, 2019
Two-photon imaging captures chemical signaling between live mouse neurons on a millisecond timescale.
Infographic: High Precision Magnetic Tweezers
Infographic: High Precision Magnetic Tweezers
Ruth Williams | Jun 1, 2019
Microscope-mounted magnets with computerized feedback control allow precision manipulations of intracellular objects.
Intracellular Magnetic Manipulations
Intracellular Magnetic Manipulations
Ruth Williams | Jun 1, 2019
Optimized tweezers enable precise 3-D manipulations of a cell’s organelles.
Image of the Day: Under the Microscope
Image of the Day: Under the Microscope
Carolyn Wilke | Mar 5, 2019
A virtual exhibition of C.R. Percival’s slides reveals the natural world up close.
Charting Crescents, 1910
Charting Crescents, 1910
Sukanya Charuchandra | Oct 1, 2018
James Herrick, a Chicago doctor, was the first to describe sickled red blood cells in a patient of African descent.
New US-China Tariffs Could Affect Science
New US-China Tariffs Could Affect Science
Diana Kwon | Jun 27, 2018
The list of imports subject to additional taxes include products used in research, but the effect of the trade dispute is still unclear.
Image of the Day: Lego Microscopy
Image of the Day: Lego Microscopy
The Scientist Staff | May 16, 2018
With open-source software and Lego hardware, researchers have created a low-cost, automated method for cellular fluorescence microscopy.
Image of the Day: Swiss Army Crustacean
Image of the Day: Swiss Army Crustacean
The Scientist Staff, The Scientist Staff | May 2, 2018
The tools researchers used to study how this amphipod’s limbs develop could help inform our understanding of cell lineages and fates.