Reg Davey is a freelance copywriter and editor based in Nottingham in the United Kingdom. Originally from a small town called Bideford in North Devon, he has been writing for many years now. His first taste of science writing came in 1997, when he entered the Daily Telegraph young science writer of the year competition, with a piece on medical imaging technology.
Following 2 years of an undergraduate microbiology degree at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, he has maintained a healthy interest in the fields of life sciences, microbiology, and biomedical science.
In 2011, he took his first steps into the publishing industry, having been a published poet in various online magazines and blogs for a few years previous. Starting with a poetry forum, the venture eventually morphed into an independent publishing company, Dagda Publishing, which released several works of poetry, short fiction, and novels in the time it was active.
More recently, he has been working as a freelance proofreader, copywriter, and editor for small businesses and independent authors. Writing for AZoNetwork represents the coming together of various interests and fields he has been interested and involved in over the years.
Electron microscopes are widely employed in laboratories worldwide to investigate structures too small to see with optical microscopes alone. Current trends are influencing the direction and growth of the market for electron microscopes, especially in the life sciences sector.
Characterizing the surface topography of materials and devices is vital to determine their mechanical and physical properties. This article will look at the field of surface metrology and how atomic force microscopy (AFM) can benefit the analysis of complex surface features.
Electron microscopes are incredibly powerful analytical tools that are used to reveal and characterize the molecular structure of organic and inorganic substances and materials. This article will look at how electron microscopy is helping scientists understand an enigmatic material: Roman concrete.
This article will explore the role of Raman spectroscopy in the field of industrial automation and its benefits for industrial processes.
A team at HZB has presented an X-ray tomography method that achieves unprecedented speeds. Tomoscopy is set to make an entry into the toolkit of material scientists and companies in the next few years.
In the field of microscopy, many different processes and techniques have been developed over the past few centuries to help researchers reveal ever-more complex details of structures that exist beyond the limit of human eyesight.
The field of nanotechnology is at the forefront of current scientific research and nanomaterials are finding use in such areas as drug development and medical research, environmental remediation, and electronics.
The Monarc Pro T System turns any microscope into an optically-coupled microscope, enabling in-situ discovery for photoactive catalyst studies.
Discover the NAN™ Electrophysiology focusing nosepiece microscope by Sutter instruments.
The Total Absolute Measurement System (TAMS) unit allows you to choose the right detector for angular-dependent measurements of optical properties of thin and thick samples.
In this interview, AZoOptics speaks with Teledyne Dalsa about the key roles of optics when it comes to Machine Vision Systems.
Dr. Mustafa Kansiz
In this interview conducted at Pittcon 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we spoke to Mustafa Kansiz, Director of Product Management and Marketing at Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp, about O-PTIR, a new and alternative infrared spectroscopy method.
Professors Susmu Noda and Menaka De Zoysa
In a new interview, AZoOptics talks with Professors Susmu Noda and Menaka De Zoysa about their research presenting a new nonmechanical 3D Lidar system.