zeiss_microscopy ZEISS Microscopy zeiss_microscopy March 25, 2019
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Brancing Light. In the lower right hand corner of this image is the mantis #shrimp #retina, which is where photoreceptors intercept light from the environment. This light information is then transmitted by branching #neurons to the first optic lobe. Monopolar #cells (blue) pick up the information and send it further down this neural tree to the next optic lobe. Alexa Fluor probes on fixed mantis shrimp #brain section embedded in VectorShield H1000 and imaged with #ZEISS LSM 710 #confocal #microscope. Courtesy of Elise Roberts, Honours Student, Marshall Lab, Queensland Brain #Institute QBI. #science #research #micro #microscopy #carlzeiss

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Comparison of milling strategies in #silicon. #Material removal with convential milling (left) takes 10 min...