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New scanning electron microscope offers nanoscale views

SUNY Oswego recently welcomed a new scanning electron microscope, a key piece of equipment for the sciences complex rising on campus and for recruiting top students who want to learn nanotechnology skills.

JEOL Scientist wins Anachem Award for Outstanding Achievement

Based on activities in teaching, research, administration or other activity which has advanced the art and science of the field

Lehigh University ceramics researchers shed light on metal embrittlement

Collaboration uses Lehigh's advanced electron microscopes to pinpoint phase transition

Scientist of the Week: Brad Jolliff

Jolliff's analysis of new images of the Moon revealed a small volcanic province on the far side of the Moon.

JEOL AccuTOF-DART Mass Spectrometer investigates the secrets of Civil War dolls

JEOL AccuTOF-DART Mass Spectrometer investigates the secrets of Civil War dolls

Chemists dying to uncover historic textiles' secrets

Direct analysis in real time-time-of-flight mass spectrometry (DART-MS) to the four main natural fibres - cotton, wool, linen and silk

JEOL debuts Cold FEG flashing in a few seconds on TEM

JEOL ARM200F Cold FEG TEM offers "Flash & Go"

Decontaminating illicit drug labs: DART speeds up screening

Automated DART process for rapid swab testing

Scientists Find New Type of Mineral in Historic Meteorite

New mineral named "Wassonite" in one of the most historically significant meteorites recovered in Antarctica in December 1969.

Demand for fast QA/QC solutions driving microscopy market, says McCrone Group

Pharmaceutical industry need for “quick and dirty” QA/QC solutions in the laboratory and on the factory floor is driving growth