Intensified cooperation in the nanoscale analysis of shale and tight gas sand rock samples.
WITec’s True Surface Microscopy has been selected as a winner of the prestigious 2011 R&D 100 Award. It honors the WITec innovation as one of the 100 most technologically significant developments of the year.
FEI released the Vion™ plasma focused ion beam (PFIB) system that removes material more than 20 times faster than existing FIB technologies.
Tescan has introduced the FERA3 XMH – a high resolution Schottky Field Emission scanning electron microscope with a fully integrated Plasma source focused ion beam. The system has been developed in co-operation with the French company Orsay Physics.
Ilion+™ is a significant advancment in the preparation of large planar cross sections for microscopic imaging and microanalysis.
Electron Microscopy Sciences is pleased to offer the EMS 150R, a compact rotary-pumped coating system. The EMS 150R boasts high quality performance and flexibility and is ideally suited for SEM and other coating applications.
Electron Microscopy Sciences has announced the addition of graphene transmission electron microscope support films to its product line. The new graphene support film provides an invisible, crystalline background that enables the unrivaled TEM characterization of organic and inorganic nanomaterials.
Electron Microscopy Sciences has added the EMS7000smz and EMS5000mz high precision vibrating microtomes to their products line for microscopy and histology.
New Substratek™ a set of innovative, electron transparent, metallic TEM substrates that allow for subsequent TEM examination without the need for time consuming and expensive specimen preparation.
EMS is proud to announce the most unique state-of-the-art tissue processor which not only is compatible with all plastic resins but paraffin waxes as well.
Electron Microscopy Sciences now offers a line of mountants to replace products from BioMeda™.
Tescan introduces new models from the LYRA FIB-SEM series. The new LYRA FEG is based on a Schottky field emission SEM for brilliant high resolution imaging