Microscopy and accessories
Atomic force microscopy (AFM): a technology that uses a small probe to examine surfaces at the atomic scale. This type of microscopy is useful in material research and surface characterisation.
Confocal microscopy: a technology that uses a beam of light to illuminate and excite samples, and then collects light emitted from the samples in a focal plane to create high-resolution, three-dimensional images. This type of microscopy is used in biology, medical research and other fields that require high-resolution image analysis.
Super-resolution STED microscopy: a technology that uses a high-intensity light beam to reduce the size of light spots and obtain high-resolution images at the nanoscale. This type of microscopy is used in biological and medical research.
Microscopes: optical instruments that allow objects to be observed at a small scale. There are a variety of types of microscopes, including optical, electron and laser microscopes. These instruments are used in various fields such as biology, medicine, engineering and manufacturing.