Mar. 29, 2017Science
For most sample preparation methods of rare and difficult objects, especially single cells or low cell numbers of precious material, the long lasting preparation and embedding procedure turns out to be a lottery. On the other hand recovery ...
Mar. 23, 2017News
Scientists have succeeded in ‘filming’ inter-molecular chemical reactions – using the electron beam of a transmission electron microscope (TEM) as a stop-frame imaging tool (see video). They have also discovered that the ...
Feb. 05, 2017Science
By means of ion beam sputtering, unsupported yttria-stabilized zirconia thin films of various compositions are prepared on NaCl single crystal substrates, and are subsequently investigated using transmission electron microscopy and atomic ...
Feb. 03, 2017News
Scientists used one of the world’s most powerful electron microscopes to map the precise location and chemical type of 23,000 atoms in an extremely small particle made of iron and platinum (see video).
Oct. 20, 2016Science
The Centre for Ultrastructural Imaging (CUI) at King’s College London has been preparing renal tissue for viewing by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) as part of the renal pathology service for over ten years. TEM remains an ...
Aug. 17, 2016Science
Aug. 03, 2016Products
NanoMEGAS has provided since 2004 next generation advanced microscopy applications (Patent protected): TEM orientation/phase mapping (ASTAR) & Strain mapping at nm scale; a novel TOPSPIN platform has been developed as analytical ...
EMC2016 is the perfect place to see what’s new and exciting from Hitachi and to discuss your microscopy needs. We’ll be showcasing a wide range of instrumentation including the new HF5000 200kV TEM (pictured).
Aug. 02, 2016Products
Combining high frame rate cameras with smart live image processing software results in a new dimension of usability in TEM imaging.
May. 11, 2016Products
Micro to Nano reveals its next generation EM-Tec silicon nitride support films for TEM with interesting and innovative improvements.
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