Giant viruses under the (correlative light and electron) microscope: application note

September 24, 2018

We are inviting you to read the new application note on giant viruses by our application specialist and the scientists from The Méditerranée Infection Foundation. The application note is based on a newly published paper Correlative light-electron microscopy of giant viruses with the SECOM system.

Read more →

Success at the IMC19: demonstrations, discussions and future plans

September 20, 2018

The 19th International Microscopy Congress, the biggest microscopy event of the year, finished last week, and it was a great success for Delmic! Five members of our team visited Sydney to perform live demonstrations of the SPARC and SECOM, give scientific presentations and have discussions with prospective customers. 

Read more →

The possibilities of Superresolution light microscopy for understanding biological systems: application note

September 13, 2018

Integrated Superresolution CLEM is proving to be a revolutionary method for understanding biological systems. Superresolution (SR) correlative light imaging technique provides highly accurate correlation of fluorescent proteins with cellular structure. The new application note focuses on the benefits and possibilities of The SR-iCLEM (superresolution integrated CLEM) technique.

Read more →

Cathodoluminescence g(2) imaging: technical note on the SPARC new imaging mode

September 06, 2018

In our recent post, we announced that Delmic will present the new imaging modes of the SPARC system during the IMC19: time-resolved cathodoluminescence imaging(g(2) and lifetime mapping). Our last technical note focused on the lifetime mapping, and today we prepared another technical note, which focuses on the cathodoluminescence g(2) imaging.

Read more →