Mar. 27, 2018News
Protochips, a company for in situ systems in electron microscopy, announced the official opening of its European office, Protochips EMEA GmbH.
SCANDEM 2018 - The 69th Annual Conference of the Nordic Microscopy Society – will be held at the Technical University of Denmark Kgs. Lyngby in June 2018.
Mar. 14, 2018Products
High quality sectioning of specimens for light, electron, and atomic force microscopy examination has never been easier and more precise. Leica Microsystems introduces its latest specimen preparation technology: the Leica EM UC7 ...
Jan. 08, 2018News
Biochemistry and structural biology are surprisingly — at least to the uninitiated — visual fields. This is especially true in the study of proteins. Scientists like to see the structure of proteins within cells to help them ...
Dec. 11, 2017News
The book, intend for relative newcomers to the subject, is concerned with the theory, background, and practical use of transmission electron microscopes with lens correctors that can correct the effects of spherical aberration. The book ...
Nov. 17, 2017Applications
The last few decades in scanning electron microscopy development were mainly dedicated to achieving higher resolution and more sophisticated detection capabilities. However, acquisition speed improvements were not the focus and the time to ...
Nov. 03, 2017Products
The innovative Leica EM Cryo CLEM set for widefield light microscopy with the Leica DM6 FS represents the state-of-the art solution for analysis of cryo samples in the cryo light and electron microscope.
Nov. 02, 2017Products
The Leica EM ICE is a versatile High Pressure Freezer that combines quality and innovation, assisting researchers in achieving scientific breakthroughs. It is the tool to enlighten new discoveries. The only tool that allows visualization ...
Oct. 26, 2017Products
Fully reproducible high class results with maximum resolution: The Leica EM ACE900 is a high-end sample preparation system. Perform freeze fracture, freeze etching, and e-beam coating in one instrument.
Jul. 10, 2017Science
The world is round, and so are cells; and like our planet cells have a geometry in three dimensions. However, for many years this fact was often overlooked in electron microscopy because it was technically difficult to image cells in 3D. ...
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