Cathodoluminescence imaging on quartz in sandstone

New possibilities for studying (compound) semiconductors with cathodoluminescence and time-resolved imaging techniques

Studying optical nanoantennas: customer story from Chalmers University of Technology

Fluorescent world of marine microorganism: customer story

Integrated correlative light and electron microscopy: A new technique for geological materials

How Does Correlative Microscopy Work?

Possibilities of the SPARC for time-resolved cathodoluminescence

Correlative light and electron microscopy on SECOM platform: benefits for the research

Potential of correlative light and electron microscopy for understanding Diabetes Type 1

3 outstanding advantages of the SPARC cathodoluminescence system (video)

An inside look at the department of Imaging Physics, TU Delft: The breeding ground for innovations in iCLEM

Overcoming the challenges of light microscopy in the life sciences

Correlative microscopy: Opening up worlds of information with fluorescence

A high-performance cathodoluminescence system with one-of-a-kind features: The SPARC

Choosing for a custom-built, high-performance system with ongoing service: The SECOM system

Cathodoluminescence intensity mapping: Adding an extra dimension to your research

Glowing yellow calcite and green aragonite: Cathodoluminescence sheds light in geosciences

Overlay in the life sciences: A question of objectivity and accuracy

From the discovery of the electron to subwavelength microscopy: An introduction to cathodoluminescence

Super-resolution correlative microscopy: The perfect combination of function and structure