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FlowJo, BD Biosciences form partnership for flow cytometry data management

07/06/2015

Single-cell data analysis software provider FlowJo and flow cytometry system maker BD Biosciences have established a partnership.

MELA Sciences acquires PhotoMedex's dermatology laser and light businesses

07/03/2015

MELA Sciences has acquired the dermatology laser and light businesses from PhotoMedex for $42.5 million in cash.

2D high-harmonic spectroscopy sees multiple molecular orbitals

07/03/2015

The Institute for Basic Science in Korea can resolve multiple molecular orbitals using laser spectroscopy.

Portable ophthalmoscope to get telemedicine, cloud storage, and analytical capabilities

07/02/2015

A portable ophthalmoscope maker has entered into a partnership in which it will add cloud-based data management and other capabilities.

Special Optics doubles manufacturing capacity with new facility

07/01/2015

Special Optics purchased a new facility in Denville, NJ to support customer demands for complex optical solutions.

Confocal laser-scanning microscopy shows how wound healing influences cancer

07/01/2015

A microscopy technique enabled study of the larvae of zebrafish to reveal how wound healing leads to skin cancer.

MPQ resonator-cavity microscope enhances nanosystem imaging resolution

06/30/2015

MPQ developed a technique whereby an optical microcavity enhances optical signals for improved nanoscale imaging.

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Verisante Provides Operational Update

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - July 3, 2015) - Verisante Technology, Inc. (TSX VENTURE:VRS)(OTCQX:VRSEF) (the "Company" or "Verisa...

Compact, Low Cost, Accurate: Mini Positioning Stages, by PI

Auburn, MA -- Precision positioning systems specialist Physik Instrumente (PI) LP recently introduced a new miniaturized, piezo-driven linear posit...

OLYMPUS Introduces the Series C Videoscope that Combines Low Cost with H...

Waltham, MA, USA — Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to introduce the Series C, an industrial vi...

Treating inflamed cells may up cancer survivals

SKIN cancer could be made worse by inflammation that occurs following surgery to remove tumours, researchers in Edinburgh have said.

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