Latest Electron crystallography Stories
New experiments for TEM enabled by precession electron diffraction - high precision nanoscale strain mapping - high spatial resolution phase and orientation mapping - crystal structure characterization
Using a unique facility in the US, researchers at the University of Gothenburg have found a more effective way of imaging proteins.
World fuel consumption is shifting more and more to diesel at the expense of gasoline.
At the Molecular Foundry, Berkeley Lab’s acclaimed nanotechnology research center, Ren has pushed his Zeiss Libra 120 Cryo-Tem microscope to resolutions never envisioned by its German manufacturers, producing detailed snapshots of individual molecules.
For more than a century, the use of X-rays has been a prime diagnostic tool when it comes to human health.
A radical new way of making structures visible at the nano level has been developed at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU).
A new software called QED (Quantitative Electron Diffraction), which has been licensed by Max Planck Innovation, has now been released by HREM Research Inc., a Japan based company, which is developing products and services in the field of High-Resolution Electron Microscopy.
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