Visit us at dXCT (Dimensional X-ray Computed Tomography Conference) at the University of Warwick on Thursday 13 July 2017.
Visit us at the Midlands SEM user meeting in Birmingham, a free event with a programme of talks and an exhibition.
Traditional material characterisation techniques (eg tensile testing) are not always reliable at the nanoscale. True nanoscale sensitivity and the capacity for quantitative analysis are key to understanding the structure and properties of nanoscale… read more →
Join Bruker for a webinar about different approaches to bulk quantification with micro-XRF, for those working in failure analysis, quality control, materials, metals and R&D.
Learn all about in situ research at Protochips’ workshop, with talks and live demonstrations.
Visit us at the XRF Meeting 2017, on Wednesday 14th June 2017 at the University of Leicester, organised by the BCA Industrial Group and the RSC Atomic Spectroscopy Group.
Using Raman spectroscopy to study structures produced from carbon and different types of 2D materials, including graphene.
A paper has been published about imaging plant cell walls to analyse cellular structure and microfibril orientation. Atomic Force Microscopy is a useful tool in the paper and pulp industry.
Visit us at ENRIS 2017 (European Nanofabrication Research Infrastructure Symposium) on 8-9 May and NNUM 2017 (Nordic Nanolab User Meeting) on 9-10 May at the NTNU in Trondheim, Norway.
Blue Scientific is now the exclusive distributor for Bruker AXS instruments in the Nordic region (Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Sweden & Finland). The range includes XRD, XRF, SC-XRD, SAXS and X-ray micro-CT.