Introduction to optical tweezers (also known as optical traps) and how they can be used in life science applications.
Maintaining a consistent balance of nutrients and trace elements on cell culture media for optimum yield in biopharmaceuticals.
Videos of the presentations at our Battery Testing Workshop in November 2018 at UCL in London.
Trace element detection and analysis with WDXRF, for power plants, metal production and other industrial processes.
Join Physical Electronics for a webinar about analysing organic surfaces with TOF-SIMs and XPS.
Visit us at MDSG 2019 (Mineral Deposits Study Group conference) in Cornwall on 2-4 January 2019.
Videos from our micro-XRF workshop in November 2018 at the University of Warwick.
Stockholm University used TXRF in life science research, publishing an article in Nature entitled “Metal-free ribonucleotide reduction powered by a DOPA radical in Mycoplasma pathogens”.
In micro-CT 3D X-ray imaging, regions of interest are not always simple or regular. Often you need to select more complex regions. These ROIs can be selected automatically using two… read more →
In-situ TEM / STEM microscopy webinar about 2D materials research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, using the Protochips Fusion in-situ heating and electrical characterisation system.