X

Blog Posts and Updates

The next generation 4Pi microscope is here. And it has adaptive optics.

Recently, work has been going on at Yale W-4PiSMSN Whole Cell 4Pi single marker switching nanoscopy graphical abstractUniversity, the Gurdon Institute at Cambridge University and Purdue University with funding provided by the Wellcome Trust Research Programme to develop a high resolution widefield microscope capable of imaging entire cell structures at once.

Read more

What You Missed this Month in the Adaptive Optics Industry

If you’ve been hiding out in the lab, constantly checking your March Madness bracket, or escaping the cold to find any ounce of warmth (like me!), chances are you may have missed some exciting news

Read more

BMC Optical Modulator used in scanning photocurrent microscopy (SPCM)

Ajou University in Korea has recently reported on femtosecond scanning photocurrent microscopy using our Optical Modulator devices. In this application Ti:Sapphire lasers were divided into pump and probe beams, then focused on the samples using an objective lens

Read more

New Results by Dr. Meng Cui at HHMI Using Segmented 492-DM

Dr. Meng Cui at the Howard Hughes Medical Center has recently pioneered Super Penetration Multi-Photon Microscopy (S-MPM) at the Cui Lab. He has successfully reported on focusing light through static and dynamic strongly scattering media using our segmented 492-DM

Read more

Photonics West/BiOS Exhibition Recap

Just a few weeks ago we arrived back from the Photonics West 2014 exhibition and conference in San Francisco, CA. I wanted to share details and further observations on the show for those present at the show and those not being able to attend this year.

Read more

Improved Retinal Imaging Resolution with the AOSLO

It has been quite some time since our last blog post due to a great deal going on at BMC! Alongside some new product releases, we recently made a few adjustments and updates to our ophthalmic imaging instrument,….

Read more

CLEO 2012: Concentrated Interest in Adaptive Optics

This year, the CLEO Conference had its normal interesting character: A variety of users from hardcore laser scientists to focused

Read more

ARVO 2010: Indications of the maturity of adaptive optics and 3 takeaways

This year at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Annual Meeting, there were some notable differences from past years.

Read more

AOSLO: Coming to a vision clinic near you

A major area of research using adaptive optics is retinal imaging. And, with that interest, BMC has been fortunate to participate in the advancement the field

Read more