Latest Electron microscopy Stories
A photograph of a polar bear in captivity, no matter how sharp the resolution, can never reveal as much about behavior as footage of that polar bear in its natural habitat.
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.
Field emission devices, which produce a steady stream of electrons, have a host of consumer, industrial, and research applications.
Not to pick up electrons, but tweezers made of electrons.
For every medical student, examining specimens under the microscope is part of the syllabus.
Proteins are literally the movers and the shakers of the intracellular world.
A radical new way of making structures visible at the nano level has been developed at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU).
Scientists can now look deeper into new materials to study their structure and behavior.
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