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  University of Surrey perform in-situ and correlative materials characterisation using the Deben MT5000 Microtest.

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for microscopy, reports on the University of Surrey’s efforts to develop the groundwork of new, state of the art ceramic composites that will revolutionise the treatment of oral disease. Dr Tan Sui is a Materials Engineering Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Sciences at the University of Surrey, UK...

 

  Electron Microscopy’s very own ‘Spider-Man’!

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for microscopy, reports on how amateur arachnologist Jeremy Poole uses the Deben Back-Scattered Electron Detector to image Britain’s spiders. There are approximately 700 species of spider in Britain, these can be divided into 34 families and categorised further into separate genera...

 

  Bristol Composites Institute detail their studies of Advanced Composite Materials using the Deben 200N tensile stage.

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for microscopy, reports on how Bristol Composites Institute of University of Bristol use the Deben 200N in-situ tensile stage to study Advanced Composite Materials for Aerospace applications. The Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) is a department of the University of Bristol looking at materials...

 

  Stellenbosch University study the morphology and mechanical properties of snake fangs using the Deben CT500

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for microscopy, reports on the study of snake fangs at Stellenbosch University. The university used the Deben CT500 in the process of analysing the internal and external morphology and mechanical properties of venomous snake fangs. The motivation behind the campaign was to understand in detail the internal and external morphology and mechanical properties of snake fangs....

 

  University of Ghent uses Deben CT5000 to Investigate the Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Depositional Limestone

 Deben CT5000-TEC mounted on University of Ghent’s HECTOR micro-CT systemDeben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for microscopy, reports on how University of Ghent have used the Deben CT5000 to study the Uniaxial Compressive Strength of four different depositional limestones. Sourced from the Paris Basin these limestones are often used as building material in France and Belgium. The University’s work was performed using HECTOR µCT partnered with...

 

  Department of Materials Test Engineering (WPT) at TU Dortmund University Uses Deben CT5000TEC Stage to Perform X-ray Micro-Tomography Experiments

DebenDeben, a leading provider of in situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, reports on how TU Dortmund University is using their CT5000TEC compression/tensile stage to study fiber-reinforced composites. This work is being performed using a Nikon X-ray source. Ronja Scholz is a scientific assistant and PhD student in the group of...

 

  Deben Reports on a New Publication from Scientists at La Trobe University in Australia Where their CT500 stage is Used in Micro Scanning Tomography Experiments to Better Understand Ceramic Matrix Composites Under Load

loading stageDeben reports on a publication in Microscopy & Microanalysis from the La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science.

This shows a Deben CT500 tensile and compression stage being used in conjunction with a ZEISS Xradia Micro XCT system to enable a better understanding of ceramic matrix composites under various tensile bending loads. Dr Benedicta Arhatari is X-ray Tomography Laboratory Manager....

 

  Luleå University of Technology is Using the Deben CT5000TEC Stage to Perform x-ray Microtomography Experiments with the ZEISS Xradia 510 Versa to Understand Deformation and Strain Inside Inhomogeneous Materials

Deben CT5000TEC stage mounted in the Zeiss Xradia 510 Versa x-ray imaging system Deben reports on how Luleå University of Technology is using their CT5000TEC compression/tensile stage with integrated temperature control to improve the understanding of deformation and strain under different loads and temperatures.

This work is being performed in a ZEISS Xradia 510 Versa 3D x-ray microscope. Dr Fredrik Forsberg is an Associate Senior Lecturer in the Department of Engineering Sciences & Mathematics at Luleå University of Technology (LTU) in Sweden. His research goal at the x-ray microtomography lab...

 

  Phenom-World Selects Deben to Supply a Tensile Stage as an Accessory to their Range of Desktop SEMs

Deben has been chosen by Phenom-World to supply the Microtest Tensile Stage as an accessory to their Phenom XL range of desktop scanning electron microscopes. 

Deben Microtest tensile stagePhenom-World, the leading global supplier of desktop scanning electron microscopes (SEMs), has once again chosen Deben as their preferred supplied of accessories for their Phenom XL range of desktop scanning electron microscopes.....

 

  Scientists from the University of Manchester and Diamond Light Source Work with Deben to Develop and Test a New Compression Stage to Study Irradiated Graphite at Elevated Temperatures

Deben reports on the results of a new paper presented at the 2016 X-Ray Microscopy Conference where a new heating and compression stage has been developed and tested to study irradiated graphite

debenScientists from the University of Manchester and Diamond Light Source (Diamond) have worked with Deben in the development and commissioning of a new mechanical testing stage. This stage enabled the simultaneous heating and compression of irradiated graphite during synchrotron microtomographic imaging.....

 

  The School of Materials at the University of Manchester Utilise Deben’s Mechanical Stages to Characterise Structure and Behaviour at the Micro- and Nano- Scale

Deben reports on how the School of Materials at the University of Manchester is using a Deben mechanical stage for the characterisation of the structure and behaviour at the micro- and nano- scale relates to that of bulk materials. 

A student at University of Manchester mounts the Deben Microtest stage in a FEI Quanta 650 SEMThe School of Materials at the University of Manchester is the largest school of its kind in Europe. It has arguably one of the highest research levels of any university for materials activity in the UK, with 80% of their research rated as being internationally excellent or world leading in quality.....

 

  The Zeiss Global Centre in the School of Engineering at the University of Portsmouth uses Deben µXCT Stages to Characterise the Structural Competence of Biological Structures

Deben reports on how the new Zeiss Global Centre at the University of Portsmouth will use Deben’s mechanical stages for in situ µXCT studies of the structural competence of biological structures. 

deben CT500The Zeiss Global Centre (ZGC) is a strategic collaboration between the School of Engineering at the University of Portsmouth and Carl Zeiss Ltd. The Centre is directed by Professor Asa Barber (bio-inspired engineering) and Dr Gianluca Tozzi (healthcare applications)....

 

  Deben Announce that their Tensile Stage has been Selected by GETec & Nanosurf for their AFSEM Correlative AFM and SEM Product

Deben reports on the use of the AFSEM™ correlative AFM & SEM system with their tensile stage for in situ mechanical test and measurement.

Deben Microtest 200N tensile stage with the AFSEMManufactured by GETec, it will be sold by Nanosurf and other selected sales channels worldwide. The combination of complementary techniques is a key success factor for gaining new insights into the micro and nano worlds. AFSEM™ enables users to easily combine two of the most powerful analytical techniques available — AFM and SEM — to greatly extend their correlative microscopy and analysis possibilities...

 

  The University of Oxford’s Materials Department Uses Deben µXCT Stages to Characterise Multiple Engineering and Natural Materials

Deben reports on how the Marrow group in the Materials Department at the University of Oxford applies Deben’s mechanical stage for in situ µXCT studies of multiple engineering and natural materials. 

Deben CT5000Professor James Marrow leads a research group specialising in the structure-property relationship of a broad range of engineering and natural materials. Based in the Materials Department at the University of Oxford, Marrow's team use high resolution X-ray computed tomography to make in situ studies of three-dimensional deformation and damage....

 

  JPK Selects Compact Tensile Stage from Deben for their NanoWizard AFM Platform to Broaden Capabilities for Materials Characterisation

Deben have supplied leading German instrument manufacturers, JPK Instruments, with a tensile stage to use in conjunction with the world-renowned NanoWizard® AFM platform. 

Deben Microtest 200N tensileDr Torsten Mueller is a member of the development team with German nanoscience instrument makers, JPK Instruments. Dr Mueller and his colleagues are based in Berlin supporting a worldwide user network which is continuously testing JPK with requests for new capabilities for their life science and materials nanoscience systems....

 

  The Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway, University of London uses a cathodoluminescence detector from Deben to study geological specimens from SE Asia

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, reports on the use of a cathodoluminescence detector to understand structure of geological specimens collected in South East Asia by the research team of Professor Robert Hall of Royal Holloway University of London. 

selection of CL images of zirconsProfessor Robert Hall leads field based research into the geology of South East Asia and the western Pacific. Samples of sedimentary rocks are brought back to the UK where they are analysed by heavy and light mineral analyses as well as uranium-lead (U-Pb) zircon geochronology for provenance studies and pathway reconstruction....

 

  Heriot-Watt's Institute of Photonics & Quantum Sciences Uses the Deben Microtest 2 kN Tensile Stage to Characterise Ceramics and Engineering Plastics

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, reports on the use of a Microtest tensile stage in the Institute of Photonics & Quantum Sciences at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.

DebenIt is being used for stress analysis studies of ceramics and engineering plastics. Dr Peter Schemmel is a postdoctoral researcher in Applied Photonics at Heriot-Watt University. He is part of the team at the Institute of Photonics and Quantum Sciences in a group which focuses on stress analysis in ceramics and engineering plastics. They are particularly interested in ceramic thermal barrier coatings used on aeroplane engine turbine blades or...

 

  The CT Scanner Facility at Stellenbosch University in South Africa Applies Deben Tensile Stages in X-ray CT Analysis and 3D Printing Projects

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, has supplied various tensile stages for use in X-ray computerised tomography (CT) analysis to the CT Scanner Facility at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. 

3D CT scansDr Anton du Plessis is Manager of the CT Scanner Facility at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. The Facility acts as a CT Scan Service provider with the aim to provide a high quality 3D imaging and analysis service, with fast turnaround times. The unit serves clients from both academia and industry from all over South Africa as well as many from overseas. Dr du Plessis talks about the choice of stages and how they are being...

 

  The Department of Engineering Sciences at Oxford Uses Microtest Tensile/Compression Stages from Deben to Characterise Various Materials: from Metals & Ceramics to Biologicals

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, talks about how the Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy & Analysis in the Department of Engineering, University of Oxford is applying various Microtest tensile stages to characterise materials at different temperatures and under varying loading conditions. 

The Zeiss EVO environmental SEM in the LIMA facilities at the University of OxfordDr Kalin Dragnevski heads up the Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy & Analysis, LIMA, a contract service and research facility housed in the Department of Engineering at the University of Oxford. Founded in 2012, LIMA is unique in that it comprises over £1m, state of the art characterisation equipment allowing simultaneous investigation of the structure-property-composition relationship in materials systems at different length scales...

 

  Imperial College uses Microtest 200 N Tensile Stage from Deben to Characterise Nanocellulose-Reinforced Polymer Composites

Deben, a leading provider of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, reports on the use of the Microtest 200 N tensile stage in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College.

Microtest 200 N tensile stageLondon where it is used to measure load displacement curves on nanocellulose-reinforced polymer composites. Dr Koon-Yang Lee is a Lecturer in Composite Manufacturing in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London. His young and dynamic research group focuses on the manufacturing of polymer (nano)composites, surface and interface engineering, particle stabilised emulsions and foams. His research is highly...

 

  Deben Reports on the Work of the Microscopy & Histology Core Facility at the University of Aberdeen Where a Newly Installed TEM and Camera System have Enhanced the Services Provided to Users

Deben, leading providers of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, report on the work of Microscopy & Histology Core Facility at the University of Aberdeen. 

Microscopy & Histology Core FacilityThe Microscopy and Histology Facility provide access to assorted technologies to researchers at the University of Aberdeen. One core technique is Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) which was recently upgraded with the installation of a new JEOL JEM-1400 plus TEM with AMT camera system from Deben. The current research done using this equipment is varied and includes samples such as bone cells, yeast cells and macrophages. Some...

 

  Deben reports on the research of Professors Duncan Bassett and Graham Williams of Imperial College, London. They are utilising a Deben Gen5 BSE detector with SEM to characterise bone and joint abnormalities.

Deben, leading providers of in-situ testing stages together with innovative accessories and components for electron microscopy, report on the research of Professors Duncan Bassett and Graham Williams who are applying BSE-SEM imaging to identify genetic determinants of bone and cartilage disorders. 

Professors Duncan Bassett and Graham Williams are Endocrinologists at Imperial College London and Consultant Physicians at the Hammersmith Hospital specialising in Metabolic Bone Disease and Thyroid Disease respectively. They are also the Principal Investigators in the Molecular Endocrinology Laboratory in the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London. Their current research focuses on the molecular basis of bone and cartilage disease....

 

 

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