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The use of oblique (from the side) illumination gives the image a three-dimensional (3D) appearance and can highlight otherwise invisible features. A more recent technique based on this method is Hoffmann's modulation contrast , a system found on inverted microscopes for use in cell culture. Oblique illumination suffers from the same limitations as bright field microscopy (low contrast of many biological samples; low apparent resolution due to out of focus objects).

Main article: Dark field microscopy

Dark field microscopy is a technique for improving the contrast of unstained, transparent specimens. [5] Dark field illumination uses a carefully aligned light source to minimize the quantity of directly transmitted (unscattered) light entering the image plane, collecting only the light scattered by the sample. Dark field can dramatically improve image contrast – especially of transparent objects – while requiring little equipment setup or sample preparation. However, the technique suffers from low light intensity in final image of many biological samples and continues to be affected by low apparent resolution.

A diatom under Rheinberg illumination

Rheinberg illumination is a special variant of dark field illumination in which transparent, colored filters are inserted just before the condenser so that light rays at high aperture are differently colored than those at low aperture (i.e., the background to the specimen may be blue while the object appears self-luminous red). Other color combinations are possible, but their effectiveness is quite variable. [6]

Main article: Dispersion staining

Dispersion staining is an optical technique that results in a colored image of a colorless object. This is an optical staining technique and requires no stains or dyes to produce a color effect. There are five different microscope configurations used in the broader technique of dispersion staining. They include brightfield Becke line, oblique, darkfield, phase contrast, and objective stop dispersion staining.

Main article: Phase contrast microscopy

More sophisticated techniques will show proportional differences in optical density. Phase contrast is a widely used technique that shows differences in refractive index as difference in contrast. It was developed by the Dutch physicist Frits Zernike in the 1930s (for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1953). The nucleus in a cell for example will show up darkly against the surrounding cytoplasm. Contrast is excellent; however it is not for use with thick objects. Frequently, a halo is formed even around small objects, which obscures detail. The system consists of a circular annulus in the condenser, which produces a cone of light. This cone is superimposed on a similar sized ring within the phase-objective. Every objective has a different size ring, so for every objective another condenser setting has to be chosen. The ring in the objective has special optical properties: it, first of all, reduces the direct light in intensity, but more importantly, it creates an artificial phase difference of about a quarter wavelength. As the physical properties of this direct light have changed, interference with the diffracted light occurs, resulting in the phase contrast image. One disadvantage of phase-contrast microscopy is halo formation (halo-light ring).

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The CEO of Kronos on Launching an Unlimited Vacation Policy

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Technology has made it possible for employees to be plugged in around the clock, even when they’re “on vacation.” In view of this reality, Kronos launched its open vacation policy in early 2016. To Ain’s surprise, some employees were very unhappy about it, largely for three reasons: Because the new policy required individuals to work out time off with their supervisors, some managers thought their jobs would become more difficult. Some employees who had been banking unused vacation time resented the loss of a bundle of cash when they retired. And some felt that it was unfair for new hires to get as much vacation as they themselves had earned over time. But Kronos now considers the switch a success—and 2016 was financially the company’s best year ever.

Matt Kalinowski

When I joined Kronos as one of its first employees, straight out of college in 1979, the company gave new employees two weeks of paid vacation. Every year you stayed at the company, you earned an additional day, up to a certain level. That was how most companies handled vacation time, and although the numbers may vary, it’s the way most of them still do. By 1984 I’d been promoted to national sales manager, and four years later I became the vice president of global sales and service, an executive position. Kronos, which creates workplace management software and services, had a long-standing policy that top executives needn’t track their vacation time and could take as many days as they deemed appropriate. That made sense. Even back then, people in senior roles were required to perform 24/7. When you’re constantly working nights, weekends, and during family travel, tracking your hours or declaring an official “vacation day” becomes almost meaningless. I’ve been in executive roles at Kronos ever since then, and CEO for the past 12 years. So I haven’t been required to track my vacation time for almost 30 years.

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