Cryo-electron microscopy is an imaging method that has revolutionized the recording 3D images of the structures of proteins.
Cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-em) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) share many similarities, but their main difference is in sample prep.
This article introduces the imaging technique scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and gives readers guidance on the criteria to consider when choosing the right type of SEM instrument.
FAU Owls Lab uses a unique biofilm for imaging microorganisms in the NeoScope Tabletop Scanning Electron Microscope
Two of the most popular electron microscopy methods make use of scanning electron microscopes (SEM) and transmission electron microscopes (TEM).
MALDI imaging mass spectrometry is a widely used soft ionization technique used to measure particularly fragile samples such as biomolecules
Benchtop SEM is a key analytical tool in investigating materials' batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors, electrolyzers and heterogeneous catalysts.
Dramatically reduce analysis time of GC-MS/MS pesticide measurement by combining the separation efficiency and decreased elution time of an LPGC column with the enhanced SRM switching speed of the short collision cell of JEOL’s JMS-TQ4000GC.
Read more to learn how two-dimensional GC mass spectrometry (GC × GC–MS) can be applied for the characterization of the chemical components of earwax using non-polar (primary) and mid-polar (secondary) columns.