JEOL in the News

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Applying 1H NMR spectroscopy to develop a kinetic model for the transesterification of glycerol fatty acid triesters

As seen in THE NUCLEUS, Vol. XCIV, No. 7

A New Material that Could Revolutionize Electronics

As seen in Lab Manager

Environmental Contaminants as Needles in a Haystack

As seen in Atlas of Science.

Extreme Microscopy: Prof Peter Nellist focuses on advanced STEM-based methods to image and analyse myriad materials at atomic resolution.

As seen from microscopy-analysis.com.

AccuTOF-DART: Versatile and powerful tool for forensic drug screening

Video interview with Robert Steiner, M.S., Principal Forensic Scientist and Instrument Specialist, Virginia Department of Forensic Science

What’s on Your Dollar Bill?

DART co-inventor discusses the crazy things found on paper money since company first started looking at currency.

Former Roanoke resident's invention streamlines drug analysis for state lab

As seen at the Roanoke Times

Roanoke native's invention helping solve criminal cases faster

As seen on wdbj7.com

From DUST to DATA

In a recent collaboration, Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change recently collaborated with JEOL USA to identify pollutants found in electronics waste recycling using new analytical methods.

The first ever photograph of light as both a particle and wave

Scientists at EPFL have succeeded in capturing the first-ever snapshot of this dual behavior