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Lasers: A Unique Microscopy Source

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The latest developments in lasers for microscopy are delivering a powerful combination of improved functionality and operational simplicity, and it’s benefiting both end users and OEMs.

DARRYL MCCOY, DANIEL CALLEN, MATTHIAS SCHULZE, AND MARCO ARRIGONI, COHERENT INC.

The optical microscope dates back to the time of Galileo. For most of the past century, microscopy was widely regarded as a ubiquitous and extremely mature field. Today, the picture is very different. Optical microscopy is an incredibly dynamic field with recent Nobel prizes given for new techniques that overcome the diffraction limit, as well as tools such as new fluorescent proteins that have enabled considerable advances in the life sciences. Figure 1. Deep imaging using simultaneous excitation at both 830 and 1100 nm with a Chameleon Discovery laser. The vessel wall of a mouse...Read full article

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