Serial block-face imaging is a 3D imaging technique for life science and materials. How it works, advantages of the technique, applications and example images.
Using image filters and enhancement tools to improve your micro-CT images and data.
Benefits of imaging ellipsometry for studying 2D materials and graphene. Measure thickness, automatically locate flakes, quality control and more.
Round-up of tools for your new or existing electron microscope, for studying materials and cell chemistry in energy storage research. All of these can be added to your TEM or SEM using systems from Gatan.
The new Rio CMOS camera from Gatan can be used with new and existing TEMs, for fast, high resolution imaging with a wealth of powerful features.
Nanomechanical testing with in situ SPM imaging, using the same probe to ensure test positioning accuracy and correlated results.
CTVox is Bruker’s micro-CT volume rendering software, compatible with all SkyScan micro-CT systems. It’s free for all Bruker micro-CT users. A new version’s just been released, with updated features that… read more →
Visit us at ToScA 2017 Tomography for Scientific Advancement symposium on 6-8 September 2017 in Portsmouth.
Studying biological dynamics with liquid cell TEM. A preview of Protochips’ talk at MMC 2017.
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.