GridTape: cutting the cost of serial section Transmission Electron Microscopy systems

GridTape is part of a new system for serial section transmission electron microscopy imaging which excels at high-throughput low-cost nanometer-scale transmission of large volumes. And it’s cheap, for the current price of a comparable multi-beam SEM system, ten grid-tape TEM systems can be built. At first glance the cost sheet looks imposing, but it contains […]

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Incu-Stream: Inverted Bright-Field Microscopy and Automated Mechanical Scanning for just $184

Incu-Stream is an open-hardware microscopy setup designed for bright-field cell imaging of incubated microplates. The design is all laid out in a paper written by Güray Gürkan and Koray Gürkan, with nothing hidden in a supplementary packet this time. The system is specifically aimed at creating a microplate compatible inverted bright-field microscope system that can […]

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