Butterfly wings under the microscope
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Anthony Hyman Receives Carl Zeiss Lecture 2019
Understanding the mechanisms of cell division This year’s awardee of the Carl Zeiss Lecture, the most visible prize of the German Society for Cell Biology (DGZ), is Anthony A. Hyman, director at...
Detecting Sperm on Washed Textiles
Application note on light microscopy in forensic analyses The ability to identify spermatozoa is a particularly important technique in forensic science, for example within the scope of solving...
Carl Zeiss (1816 – 1888) – A Visionary Entrepreneur
<p>In 2016, ZEISS celebrates the 200th birthday of its founding father Carl Zeiss. Learn in the video how a single man built the ground for past, present and future of optics. Visit http://www.zeiss.c
What’s that Organism? Using DNA Barcoding for Species Identification
In both the lab and field, it is important to know what species we are working with. While morphological data has always been a tried and true method of identifying species, DNA barcoding allows...
Lost Denisovan bone reveals surprisingly human-like finger
Nature, Published online: 05 September 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-02647-9Photos of missing fossil show these ancient hominins had slimmer digits than their Neanderthal relatives.
Wanted: better data on police shootings to reduce mistrust between the police and the communities they serve
Nature, Published online: 04 September 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-02614-4Law-enforcement organizations in the United States need to record data on civilians killed in encounters with the police.