Olympus and Grundium Ltd. are collaborating to combine their expertise in microscopy optics and digital imaging to benefit pathology.
A team of researchers from Tohoku University and Johns Hopkins University has uncovered several key aspects of glass transition.
One of the things the human brain naturally excels at is recognizing all sorts of patterns, such as stripes on zebras, shells of turtles, and even the structure of crystals. Thanks to our progress in math and the natural...
Halide perovskite solar cells are the subject of intense research interest due to the attractive properties of perovskite; high carrier mobilities, large absorption coefficients, tuneable bandgaps, and long carrier diffusion lengths.
CRAIC Technologies, the world leading innovator of microanalysis solutions, is proud to announce 5D Hyperspectral Mapping™ capabilities for its UV-visible-NIR and Raman microspectrometers.
Applied Rigaku Technologies announces NEX CG II, an indirect excitation EDXRF analyzer for enhanced elemental analysis for industrial quality control to advanced research applications
A team led by Skoltech professor Artem R. Oganov studied the structure and properties of ternary hydrides of lanthanum and yttrium and showed that alloying is an effective strategy for stabilizing otherwise unstable phases YH10 and LaH6, expected to be high-temperature superconductors.
Direct Electron, a leading producer of next-generation direct detection cameras for transmission electron microscopes, today announces Celeritas, a revolutionary new direct detection camera for fourdimensional scanning transmission electron microscopy.
In a new study, researchers from the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology in Korea have investigated the transformation dynamics induced by an electric field in mixed-phase lanthanum-doped bismuth ferrite epitaxial thin films.
Picosun Group extends its global sales and service partner network further by signing a partner agreement with Hermes-Epitek Corporation Pte. Ltd.