Two state-of-the-art transmission electron microscopes (TEMs) from JEOL to provide high-resolution images of viruses, bacteria, tissues and artificial biomaterials
Couples optical microscopy with an atmospheric scanning electron microscope (ASEM) in a novel open culture system that retains the samples’ native state while under study.
New technique involving mass spectrometry of a single drop of blood serum
Chemical & Materials Sciences Division Research Highlights from the University of New Mexico's Center for Micro-Engineered Materials.
Northwestern University’s Biological Imaging Facility (BIF) has been selected as one of two sites in the world to receive a JEOL ClairScope (JASM-6200).
Identifying a protein’s structure offers many benefits to drug discovery and development, and improving technology makes this easier to do.
A nano-scale solar cell inspired by the coaxial cable offers greater efficiency than any previously designed nanotech thin film solar cell by resolving the "thick & thin" challenge inherent to capturing light and extracting current for solar power.
Who says science isn’t fun?
JEOL USA’s ClairScope integrates wide-field optical microscopy with scanning electron microscopy, all while keeping a sample in an open environment.
The newest research tool at UTSA is an incredibly powerful microscope.