Researchers measure single atoms in a graphene ‘petri-dish’.
Electron and light microscopy reveal how bacteria 'turbocharged' their motors.
Two-photon imaging uncovers how the brain responds to vascular injury.
Researchers capture defect dynamics within a sub-200 nm grain, in a gold thin film.
Researchers deliver open cell TEM method to study biological samples.
Physicist, Professor John Spence, has developed electron microscopes and X-ray lasers to resolve the unresolvable, reports Rebecca Pool.
Researchers bring super-resolution imaging to the confocal microscope.
ZEN Intellesis enables segmentation of correlative microscopy datasets.
Researchers rely on Renishaw inVia spectrometer for studying complex oxides.
Cryo grid box and puck storage system promises to enhance workflow for cryo-TEM.