KEY Award Recipient – 2018

The recipient of the fourth annual NIGHTSEA/EMS KEY Award for New Faculty is Dr. Pierre-Paul Bitton, who started his new position as Assistant Professor in the Cognitive and Behavioral Ecology (CABE) program at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Dr. Bitton is researching the mechanisms of fluorescent protein production, especially in red- and green-fluorescing fish. During his time as […]

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High magnification fluorescence with the Keyence VH-ZST lens

The new NIGHTSEA adapter for the Keyence VH-ZST lens can achieve high magnification fluorescence.

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iBiology as a Resource for Fluorescence Techniques and More

iBiology.org is a fantastic free resource for educational videos, featuring a wide array of biological themes, principles, research topics, and ideas.

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Helping Students Understand Genetics

Students use the NIGHTSEA Model SFA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter system to conduct inquiry-based genetics experiments in the laboratory.

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KEY Award Recipient – 2017

The recipient of the third annual NIGHTSEA/EMS KEY Award for New Faculty is Dr. Kristen Gorman, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at Cal State Chico.

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The Story Behind the NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter

Did you ever wonder how a new piece of equipment comes into existence? The Model SFA arose from a solution to our own marine biology research challenge.

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STEM Outreach – Windows into Development

NIGHTSEA SFA system enables fluorescence microscopy at a STEM outreach event.

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New Application Note – Failure Analysis

Fluorescence is widely used for failure analysis. The NIGHTSEA adapters can add a fluorescence capability to a wide range of existing microscopes.

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STEM Outreach – BrainFest

Convenient fluorescence microscopy goes on the road for BrainFest – a neuroscience-focused STEM outreach event.

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KEY Award Recipient – 2016

The recipient of the second annual NIGHTSEA/EMS KEY Award for New Faculty is Dr. Sarah Petersen, the new Ashby Denoon Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at Kenyon College.

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