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Novel method visualises solid-liquid interfaces and dendrites in lithium-metal batteries.
Cryo-STEM exposes why batteries fail
Rebecca Pool | 17 August, 2018
Novel method visualises solid-liquid interfaces and dendrites in lithium-metal batteries.
UK researchers to build world's first optical platform to study live cancer cells in 4D.
Life from a cell's perspective
Rebecca Pool | 15 August, 2018
UK researchers to build world's first optical platform to study live cancer cells in 4D.
Electron microscopy accelerates analysis of antibody response to HIV and other pathogens.
A faster way to make vaccines
Rebecca Pool | 14 August, 2018
Electron microscopy accelerates analysis of antibody response to HIV and other pathogens.
Scanning tunnelling microscopy proves graphene nanoribbons can trap single electrons.
New view of nanoribbons
Rebecca Pool | 09 August, 2018
Scanning tunnelling microscopy proves graphene nanoribbons can trap single electrons.
Registration Open for NanoScientific Symposium on Scanning Probe Microscopy.
Free registration for NanoScientific Symposium
| 08 August, 2018
Registration Open for NanoScientific Symposium on Scanning Probe Microscopy.
Diamond Light Source measures strain in a rotating bearing under load.
X-rays resolve rotating bearings
Rebecca Pool | 08 August, 2018
Diamond Light Source measures strain in a rotating bearing under load.
Rebecca Pool talks to Dr Peter O'Toole, Director of the multi-million pound Bioscience Technology Facility at the University of York, UK.
Dr Peter O'Toole: Taking technology further
Rebecca Pool | 07 August, 2018
Rebecca Pool talks to Dr Peter O'Toole, Director of the multi-million pound Bioscience Technology Facility at the University of York, UK.
Using scanning tunnelling microscopy, researchers image silver nanoclusters to sub-molecular resolution.
Sub-molecular STM imaging breakthrough
Rebecca Pool | 07 August, 2018
Using scanning tunnelling microscopy, researchers image silver nanoclusters to sub-molecular resolution.
ESA unveils stunning electron microscopy image of asteroid grain collected by Hayabusa spacecraft.
Extraterrestrial grain in exquisite detail
Rebecca Pool | 02 August, 2018
ESA unveils stunning electron microscopy image of asteroid grain collected by Hayabusa spacecraft.
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