FORMATEX Microscopy Book Series


 

 







 







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The topics will include, but are not limited to the ones given below:

Applications of Microscopy in the Biological Sciences
Biological Microanalysis
Biological Ultrastructure (Cells, Tissues, Virus, Organ Systems)
Biomedical Applications
Biological sample preparation methods 
Biopolymers
(Macro)molecular interactions
Blood/Immunology
Botany
Correlative Microscopy
Developmental/Reproductive Biology
Entomology
Microbiology
Living Cell Imaging
Microscopy of molecular cell biology processes 
Molecular motors
Neurobiology
Time resolved analyses of cells and molecules
Parasitology
Pathology

Applications of Microscopy in the Physical Sciences
Advanced Composites
Films/Coatings
Quantification of Surface Structure/Texture
Geology/Mineralogy
Magnetic materials
Effects of microstructure on manufacture and commercial applications
Modulated Structures and
Oxidation/Corrosion
Nanotribology
Phase Transformation in Metals, Alloys and Ceramics
Radiation Effects in Materials
Semiconductors
Sample Preparation for Materials Sciences
Nanophases, nano-structures, clusters and catalysts       
Phenomena at Surfaces/Interfaces
Novel functional materials
Calibration standards

Advances in Instrumentation and Techniques
Auger Electron Microscopy
Bright Field and Fluorescence Microscopy
Scanning Probe Microscopy
Compositional Mapping
Computational Methods for Microscopy
Cytochemistry (Light and Electron Histochemistry, Immunohistochemistry, In-Stu Hybridization)
Diffraction Techniques
Electron Crystallography
Electron Holography
Field Ion Microscopy
High Resolution Electron Microscopy
Image Simulation and Image Processing Techniques
In Situ Microscopy Techniques
Instrument Performance
Microbeam Mass Spectroscopy
Molecular Spectroscopy
Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy
SEM
Image Analysis
Stereology
XRF/XRD Techniques
X-ray and Optical Crystallography
Remote microscopy

Educational materials on Microscopy
Educational Programs
Educational Software
Evaluation of new pedagogical materials
Case studies
Microscopy in the elementary and middle-school
Virtual microscopes and Web-based interfaces
Pedagogical and low-cost microscopes for educational use

 

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