Electron microscopy uses a beam of electrons instead of light to illuminate subjects for magnification. The technique has been in use for almost 100 years and is likely to be used at the forefront of scientific research for many more to come.
A History of Electron Microscopy and the Future of the Industry
By Ben Pilkington, MSt.
Characterizing Quantum Materials with Cryogenic Transmission Electron Microscopy
By Cvetelin Vasilev
The Use of Imaging Spectroscopy for Earth Conservation Applications
The Use and Effectiveness of Imaging in Detecting COVID-19
By Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D
Electron Microscopy in the Study of Materials
By Sarah Moore
Detecting Acute Stroke Early with Artificial Intelligence and Imaging
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Helps Monitor Dislocations in Silicene Sheet
Highly Efficient Fibre Optic Channel Plates
From Optical Surfaces Ltd.
Dancing with the Light: A New Way to Make Crystals Bend by Shining Light
IDS Expands Ensenso 3D Camera Portfolio in the Lower Price Segment
From IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH
Optical Chip Revolutionizes Data Rate for Processors and Technologies
3D Imaging Shows Degeneration of Nerves is Correlated with Liver Pathology Severity
HORIBA UK’s World-Leading Fluorescence Spectrometer Supports Development of Novel Fluorophores
From HORIBA Scientific UK
Helium Microscope for Imaging Delicate Structures Gains Funding
PhotonicLEAP Awarded Over €5m in European Funding to Develop Disruptive Low-Cost Photonic Packaging and Test Technologies
In this interview, AZoOptics speaks to Rob Watkinson about the challenges for optical systems in nuclear inspection.
In this interview, AZoOptics interviews Rob Webb, Product Sales Specialist for IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH, about inference cameras, and their role in AI applications.
AZoOptics spoke to Paul Townley-Smith about ZYGO's solutions for the space optics industry, the importance of commercialization in space optics, and the future of the industry.
Surface inspection for defects on the shop floor can be achieved with the 4D InSpec surface gauge.
FlowCam® 8000 Series for digital imaging and microscopy from Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc.
VPH transmission gratings deliver high efficiency, low polarization dependence, and uniform performance over broad bandwidths and large clear aperture.