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  • Köhler Illumination

    In the process of microscopy imaging, the optical illumination system is essential. The commonly used illumination methods include critical illumination and Köhler illumination.

    15 May 2024
  • What is Microscope Immersion Oil?

    The purpose of using immersion oil with a microscope is to change the refractive index of light when observing specimens with high-magnification objective lenses. This alteration allows more light to enter the objective lens, thereby enhancing resolution and enabling clearer observation and research of the specimen.

    18 June 2024
  • Microscope Beginners Guide: Definition, Parts and Functions.

    The microscope was invented by the Dutch eyeglass merchant Zacharias Janssen in the late 16th century. This invention broke the limitations of human observation confined to the naked eye. Through one or more lenses, the microscope can magnify and observe tiny objects that are invisible to the naked eye. As a precision instrument, the microscope has been widely applied in fields such as education, medicine, biology, geology, materials science, forensic science, and electronic inspection.

    22 February 2024
  • What is a Compound Microscope?

    Depending on differences in observation methods, applications, and operating principles, microscopes can be classified into various types. This article will start from the working principles of microscopes to help you better understand compound microscopes.

    03 January 2024
  • How are Microscopes Used in IVF, ICSI and IMSI?

    Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) refer to a variety of medical procedures and technologies used to help individuals or couples become pregnant. ART involves the manipulation of human eggs, sperm, or embryos in a laboratory setting to help overcome infertility or genetic problems. Some common types of ART include in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) and intracytoplasmic morphologically selected Sperm Injection (IMSI). These technologies offer the possibility for individuals or couples who have difficulty conceiving naturally.

    04 December 2023
  • CCD VS CMOS: What is the Difference between CMOS Sensor Camera and CCD Sensor Camera?

    CCD (Charge Coupled Device) sensors and CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) sensors are two different types of image sensors used in cameras and imaging devices.

    30 October 2023