Izzy Jayasinghe Harnesses Cutting-Edge Microscopy to Image Cells
Izzy Jayasinghe Harnesses Cutting-Edge Microscopy to Image Cells
The University of Sheffield researcher devises new protocols to gain molecular-level insights.
Izzy Jayasinghe Harnesses Cutting-Edge Microscopy to Image Cells
Izzy Jayasinghe Harnesses Cutting-Edge Microscopy to Image Cells

The University of Sheffield researcher devises new protocols to gain molecular-level insights.

The University of Sheffield researcher devises new protocols to gain molecular-level insights.

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Scientific Breakthroughs with Cryogenic Electron Microscopy
Scientific Breakthroughs with Cryogenic Electron Microscopy
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific | Jun 10, 2021
Structures made via cryo-EM give researchers insights into SARS-CoV-2, HIV, neurological disorders, cancer, and more.
Rotifers Bounce Back After Being Frozen for 24,000 Years
Rotifers Bounce Back After Being Frozen for 24,000 Years
Lisa Winter | Jun 8, 2021
The hardy animals were pulled from the permafrost in Siberia, giving scientists the opportunity to study how they survive extreme conditions.
What’s the Deal with Bacterial Nanotubes?
What’s the Deal with Bacterial Nanotubes?
Sruthi S. Balakrishnan | Jun 1, 2021
Several labs have reported the formation of bacterial nanotubes under different, often contrasting conditions. What are these structures and why are they so hard to reproduce?
Infographic: Sources of Variation in Bacterial Nanotube Studies
Infographic: Sources of Variation in Bacterial Nanotube Studies
Sruthi S. Balakrishnan | Jun 1, 2021
Differences in how researchers prepare and image samples can lead to discrepancies in their results.
Technique Talk: Developing Fluorescence Microscopy Skills
Technique Talk: Developing Fluorescence Microscopy Skills
The Scientist Creative Services Team | May 26, 2021
Learn how to obtain more representative and reproducible microscopy images in this workshop.
Measuring Membrane Proteins with Mass-Sensitive Particle Tracking
Measuring Membrane Proteins with Mass-Sensitive Particle Tracking
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with Refeyn | May 26, 2021
Researchers will discuss a new mass photometry method that characterizes molecules in their native state on supported lipid bilayers.
Technique Talk: Improving IHC and IF Staining Results
Technique Talk: Improving IHC and IF Staining Results
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with Vector Laboratories | Feb 18, 2021
In this workshop, Craig Pow will explore optimizing IHC and IF staining workflows.
Detecting Subvisible Particles in Protein Therapeutics
Detecting Subvisible Particles in Protein Therapeutics
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies | Feb 16, 2021
New flow imaging microscopy technology visualizes a broad range of subvisible particles hidden in therapeutic suspensions.  
Beauty Is More Than Skin Deep: 3D Imaging from Micro to Macro
Beauty Is More Than Skin Deep: 3D Imaging from Micro to Macro
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jan 12, 2021
Lai Guan Ng will discuss how whole-skin imaging advances skin immunity research.
Peering into the Cell<br>
Peering into the Cell
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Dec 16, 2020
Researchers visualize the beautiful inner world of cells!
Longitudinal Immune Profiling Reveals Key Immune Signatures Associated with COVID-19
Longitudinal Immune Profiling Reveals Key Immune Signatures Associated with COVID-19
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Sep 14, 2020
Madhvi Menon will discuss immune profiling of COVID-19 patients and Jyoti Phatak-Sheldon will highlight the use of RNAscope in situ hybridization in SARS-CoV-2 research.
Ibrahim Ciss&eacute;&rsquo;s Tools Provide a Lens to Watch RNA Production
Ibrahim Cissé’s Tools Provide a Lens to Watch RNA Production
Jef Akst | Sep 1, 2020
The MIT physicist has demonstrated the importance of clusters of RNA polymerase and other transcription mediators in regulating RNA production.
Live-cell Imaging
Live-cell Imaging
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Aug 27, 2020
Download this eBook to take a closer look at past efforts, modern challenges, and future advances!
Image of the Day: A Mouse Brain Slice Becomes Art
Image of the Day: A Mouse Brain Slice Becomes Art
Amy Schleunes | Apr 1, 2020
A fluorescent image of murine hippocampal cells is the winning microscopy image from more than 400 submissions from 65 countries for Olympus’s 2019 Image of the Year Award.
Microscopy and Imaging Leader Shinya Inou&eacute; Dies
Microscopy and Imaging Leader Shinya Inoué Dies
Jef Akst | Oct 7, 2019
The long-time Marine Biological Laboratory scientist was known for using his own hand-built microscopes to image the dynamics of live cells.
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
The Scientist Staff | Oct 1, 2019
Selected Images of the Day from the-scientist.com
Image of the Day: Brain Map
Image of the Day: Brain Map
Nicoletta Lanese | Sep 6, 2019
Scientists traced 1,000 neurons through the mouse brain, uncovering new details about how the organ is wired.
Image of the Day: Liquid Compartments
Image of the Day: Liquid Compartments
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 28, 2019
Membraneless organelles appear highly sensitive to ion concentrations in their environment.
Chemist Richard Van Duyne Dies
Chemist Richard Van Duyne Dies
Catherine Offord | Aug 16, 2019
The Northwestern University professor developed surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, an invaluable technique for detecting and identifying individual molecules.