With Renishaw’s new Correlate software module, you can combine results from various microscopy techniques for more powerful data.
An overview of SIMS (Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry) surface microanalysis, and how dynamic SIMS can be used for bulk composition and in-depth trace element distribution analysis.
Visit us at Spring SciX 2020 analytical chemistry conference on 6-9 April 2020 at the University of Liverpool.
How the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) used Raman spectroscopy to study graphitisation temperature and measure graphite crystallinity, relevant to battery development.
An innovative exhibition and research project, where the public can watch researchers studying Rembrandt’s painting “The Night Watch” with scientific techniques including micro-XRF.
Blue Scientific is now official distributor for CAMECA elemental and isotopic microanalysis instruments in the UK, Ireland and Finland.
How to analyse mineral composition with micro-XRF, to understand the origin and formation of rocks in geoscience. This information is useful in various fields of geology and mining, including aluminium,… read more →
An overview of how Atomic Force Microscopy can be used in battery research.
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.