Color barrier broken: Microscope's palette nearly quintupled

By some estimates, the human eye can distinguish between a million colors, yet scientists looking through a microscope have been limited to seeing only five. Researchers at Columbia University have blasted through this "color barrier" with a new technique that ups the color vision of microscopy to a total of 24 different shades... Continue Reading Color barrier broken: Microscope's palette nearly quintupled Category: Biology Tags: Columbia University Microscopes Related Articles: "SCAPE" microscope offers faster and simpler imaging of freely moving samples Restricting field of view to reduce motion sickness in VR Cambits system lets users build cameras from high-tech blocks Microneedle painlessly monitors drug levels without the need to draw blood Accelerated brain aging may be in your genes

Color barrier broken: Microscope's palette nearly quintupled

By some estimates, the human eye can distinguish between a million colors, yet scientists looking through a microscope have been limited to seeing only five. Researchers at Columbia ...

Thu 20 Apr 17 from Gizmag

New microscopy method breaks color barrier of optical imaging

Researchers at Columbia University have made a significant step toward breaking the so-called "color barrier" of light microscopy for biological systems, allowing for much more comprehensive, ...

Wed 19 Apr 17 from Phys.org

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New dyes enable super-multicolor imaging

Nitrile- and alkyne-containing dyes improve the sensitivity and specificity of Raman microscopy

Wed 19 Apr 17 from CandEN

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