The co-inventor of O-PTIR (Optical Photothermal Infrared spectroscopy) has won the Lippincott Award 2019 for scientific innovation in vibrational spectroscopy.
How cathodoluminescence can be used to study the emission patterns of nitride semiconductor micropillars for microLEDs in displays, including wearable devices.
A new system from Ametek for assessing used electric vehicle batteries for new applications, that dramatically reduces the time required for battery grading.
How micro-tomography can be used in biomedical research for sub-micron 3D imaging to study zebrafish morphology, bone densitometry, tissue, histology and more.
The Cytosurge FluidFM is now available fully integrated into Bruker JPK BioAFMs. This enables single cell experiments, including adhesion measurement, injection, nano-printing and more.
How Raman spectroscopy can be used to characterise semiconductor materials. Measure defects in SiC, crystal quality, stress/strain, homogeneity and more.
Using Bruker’s watershed algorithm to separate grain-based materials with X-ray micro-CT – ideal for powders, fibres, geological samples, pharmaceuticals and more.
The Bruker nanoIR3-s Broadband is the most advanced s-SNOM based nanoscale FTIR spectroscopy system available, with the broadest spectral range, high resolution nanochemical and nano-optical imaging capabilities.
Upgrading your TEM camera can update your existing microscope for higher quality data, faster and easier workflows and convenient new features.