Cryo-EM has been used to generate the first 3D atomic-scale map of the coronavirus (2019-nCoV). This is a key step towards developing a vaccine and treatments for the infection.
How cathodoluminescence can be used to study the emission patterns of nitride semiconductor micropillars for microLEDs in displays, including wearable devices.
How to use low dose TEM to study beam-sensitive materials with reduced damage, using new electron counting camera technology.
Prepare high quality samples for SEM, EDS, EBSD, cathodoluminescence, EBIC and more with the Gatan PECS II broad argon beam system.
Join us for a demo of the Gatan PECS II (Precision Coating & Etching System) in Sweden on 6-10 May 2019. Sample preparation for SEM, SPM & optical microscopy.
Cathodoluminescence (CL) is a technique for characterising composition, optical and electronic properties with data that correlates with morphology, micro-structure, composition and chemistry at the nanoscale.
Study changes in composition and the electronic structure at the nanoscale with in-situ EELS in your TEM.
Lunchtime talk about cryo-EM at the University of Copenhagen on Tuesday 30th October 2018.
It’s now much easier to achieve high quality results with SEM-based cathodoluminescence, with the new Gatan Monarc. This has valuable applications in geology and geoscience, for rocks and minerals analysis.
The new Gatan Monarc sets new standards for what’s possible with an SEM-based CL detector.