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The system converts laboratory microscopes into powerful tools for live cell imaging to more effectively perform in-depth analysis of cellular mechanisms and behavior in a live environment....
Users of Delmic's SECOM solution for Correlated Light & Electron Microscopy (CLEM) have recently published a review in Nature Methods that illustrates the power of CLEM in the world of biology. The boom in the use of super-resolution microscopies in recent years reached a peak with the award of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Betzig, Hell and Moerner for their contributions in the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy...
The paper appears in the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology. A contamination, even at extremely low levels, can often hide or distort analyses of surfaces that researchers would like to study. Such is the case of many of the samples analysed at General Electric's Global Research Center in New York. Attempts to study "as received" samples by time of flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) reveal a contamination signature that has come from processing, handling and/or a specific exposure...