Successful edition of FOM & more events to come

April 25, 2017

Last week, DELMIC's CEO Sander den Hoedt was present at the annual Focus on Microscopy (FOM) conference, which took place in Bordeaux, France. FOM is major interdisciplinary conference about advanced multi-dimensional light microscopy and image processing. This year’s successful edition can boast a total of 800 participants and almost a hundred exhibitor booths from all over the world.

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New additions to the DELMIC team

March 24, 2017

This month, DELMIC is proud to have taken on a new application specialist and engineer to strengthen our team.

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New technical note on cathodoluminescence intensity mapping available

March 16, 2017

You can now access our latest technical note on cathodolumiscence intensity mapping.

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New paper on overlay in correlative microscopy in Nature

March 09, 2017

In the biological sciences, researchers often rely on the combined data from an electron and fluorescence microscope. These images are overlayed to obtain information on proteins or small organelles within their ultrastructural context. The most common method to achieve overlay is with the use of fidicual markers. When dealing with a nanoscale resolution, however, fiducial markers can be cumbersome and unreliable. A paper published in the Scientific Reports section of demonstrates an alternative method which is reliable and straightforward: automated overlay.

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Mark your agendas: Upcoming events

March 03, 2017

2017 is becoming an exciting year as event plans have come to fruition. Thus far, DELMIC’s presence has been confirmed at four events: FOM in April, the EMAS Workshop in May, MMC in July, and M&M in August.

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Plasmonic Nanolenses: Electrostatic Self-Assembly of Hierarchical Nanoparticle Trimers and Their Response to Optical and Electron Beam Stimuli

February 21, 2017

Recent research on asymmetric nanoparticle trimers reveals an electrostatic self-assembly approach which is highly effective. These nanoparticle trimers act as plasmonic lenses and can be used for applications such as photolithography, biological molecule sensors, solar cells, and even microscopy. The article can be read here

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Paper on the use of rare earth elements as imaging probes in bioimaging published in Nanoscale

February 10, 2017

A new paper, Tb3+-doped LaF3 nanocrystals for correlative cathodoluminescence electron microscopy imaging with nanometric resolution in focused ion beam-sectioned biological samples has been published in Nanoscale. This research investigates the potential for using rare earth elements as imaging probes in bioimaging.

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Research on the luminescent efficiency of doped rare earth oxides published in Nanomaterials

January 26, 2017

Research on the effect of particle size on luminescence efficiency of doped rare earth oxides has been published in Nanomaterials. This work was conducted by DELMIC's very own cathodoluminescence specialist, Toon Coenen, using the SPARC system. The article, Light Emission Intensities of Luminescent Y2O3:Eu and Gd2O3:Eu Particles of Various Sizes, can be read here.

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NANOMETA 2017 and the Prize for Research into the Science of Light

January 06, 2017

DELMIC’s SPARC application specialist, Toon Coenen, is currently attending the 2017 edition of NANOMETA, the international conference on nanophotonics and metamaterials in Tirol, Australia. This meeting brings together the worldwide community involved in research on nanotechnology, photonics and materials. This meeting is also a highlight for DELMIC because it marks the official awarding of the EPS QEOD Prize for Research into the Science of Light to an esteemed collaborator of ours, Prof. Albert Polman.

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Happy holidays from DELMIC!

December 23, 2016

The holidays are just around the corner. We’d like to wish everyone a fine holiday and a good transition to the new year.

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