Exciting summer installations

July 20, 2017

The summer is coming to a peak and we've seen a series of successful installations as well as installations planned for the near future. Recently, we have had a SECOM correlative light-electron microscope installed at the VIB Leuven, and a SPARC SEM cathodoluminescence detection system installed at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin for Materials and Energy in Berlin. 

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New research using iCLEM to measure organic matter in geological samples

July 06, 2017

To date, the most common applications for the SECOM integrated correlative light-electron microscopy system are in cellular biology and medical research. However, a recent paper published in the Journal of Microscopy demonstrates a novel application for iCLEM in imaging sedimentary organic matter.

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