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Imaging & Microscopy Issue 3/2019

Publishing Date: 25.09.2019

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EDITORIAL
page 3

NEWSTICKER
page 6

COFFEE BREAK
page 8

EVENT CALENDAR
page 10

ANNOUNCEMENT
Multiscale Microstructural Analysis of Rocks

page 11

SPAOM2019
Spanish-Portuguese Advanced Optical Microscopy Meeting

page 11

Ernst-Ruska-Prize 2019
page 12

RMS IN FOCUS
Microscience Microscopy Congress 2021

Date Set for mmc2021 as Planning Gets Underway
page 14

NEWS FROM EMS
EMS Newsletter #66

V. Serin
page 15

COVER STORY
Objectives without Compromise

Revolutionary Lens Maufacturing Overcomes Image Quality Trade-off  
J. Barghaan  
page 16

LIGHT MICROSCOPY
Volumetric Fluorescence Imaging

Fast Volume Imaging with Bessel Bam Tomography and Machine Learning
A. F. Valle and J. D. Seelig  
page 18

Plasmonic Nanofocusing Spectroscopy
New Optical Microscopes Enable Spectroscopy with Few Nanometer Resolution
M. Esmann and C. Lineau
page 20

Label-Free Molecular Fingerprint-Based Cytopathology
Screening and Diagnosis Research
S. F. El-Mashtoly and K. Gerwert
page 23

Correlative Microscopy
Correlative Super-Resolution and AFM 

Imaging the Structure and Mechanics of Cell Adhesions
L. M. Hirvonen et al.
page 26

SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY
Surface Potential Imaging

The New Method of Scanning Quantum Dot Microscopy  
M. F. B. Green et al.
page 30

Determing the Elasticity of Graphene
Stiffness Measuring Using Atomic Force Microscopy  
H. Li and K. Leifer
page 32

ELECTRON MICROSCOPY
Diffraction Based Strain Mapping in Electron Microscopy
Implementation in STEM and Modified Transmission-SEM
B. Haas et al. 
page 35

Secondary Electron Energy Matters
A Key to Probing Polymers Nano-Morphology?
C. Rodenburg et al.
page 39

Ostwald-like Ripening in Highly Defective Graphene
A Time Resolved In Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy Study
C. N. S. Kumar et al.
page 42

IMAGE PROCESSING
Machine Learning in the Microscopy Lab
How Machine Learning Supports Materials Microscopy
A. Jansche et al.
page 45

ADVERTORIAL
Advantages of Vacuum for Electrical Scanning Probe Microscopy

page 48

PRODUCTS
page 49

INDEX / IMPRESSUM
Inside Back Cover

 

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