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Contest: Nanolive’s Egg Hunt

Easter is around the corner and Nanolive wants you to have some fun! We have hidden plenty of cute Nanolive easter eggs on different pages of our website and in our news section of 2019. One of the eggs is a special one, and we want you to find it! If you find the...

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Wildtype vs. Mutant Plasmatocytes in Drosophila Melanogaster

Drosophila melanogaster, the fruit fly, is a model organism widely used in biomedical research thanks to its versatility. Some advantages over other models are its low cost, easy manipulation, short life-cycle and large range of easily performed genetic modifications....

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New Distribution Partner for the Nordics: RAMCON A/S

Nanolive is proud to announce a new distribution partner for the Nordic countries: RAMCON A/S. RAMCON was established in 1988, and is today a modern company with more than 50 employees in sales, support and service. They focus on these three core...

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Turn your cell phone into a Cell Phone

Did you know that you can turn your cell phone into a Cell Phone now? Download any of these videos and set them as your wallpaper! Just click on the any of the images below and you will be forwarded to a page to download the video. The links are only working for the...

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Cell death: 4 ways to die!

This video shows the versatility of the 3D Cell Explorer microscope in imaging both very fast and very slow processes without compromising with cell health and at the desired frequency. There are 4 different cell types. Can you guess the name of each cell death when...

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A microscopic view of label-free and living Listeria bacteria

What is Listeria and where does it come from? Infection from Listeria monocytogenes is a food borne bacterial illness that can be very serious for pregnant women and people with impaired immune systems. Listeria infection can be contracted by eating badly preserved...

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New Scientific Publications with the 3D Cell Explorer

Nanolive is happy to share 4 new publications with the 3D Cell Explorer. Please find them below; each with their download link. Synthesis of fluorescent molybdenum nanoclusters at ambient temperature and their application in biological imaging Authors: Amit Kumar...

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Nanolive’s Nordic Tour in March 2019

Nanolive is happy to announce their first label-free live cell imaging Nordic Tour this year! The tour will start off in Copenhagen on March 4th at the University of Copenhagen & The Herlev Hospital. We will then dress up very warm and fly to Tromsø...

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