Fast and efficient method for Correlative Electron and Super-Resolution Light Microscopy
A new paper on correlative electron and super-resolution light microscopy has been published in Scientific Reports by scientists from ETH Zurich.
Imaging biological samples can be pretty tiring and difficult, especially when the data has to be acquired with different microscopes.
The researchers from the TU Delft, our close collaborator, have used cathodoluminescence lifetime measurements with the SECOM, to shed light on the optical ...
A new article was written by the researchers from the Francis Crick Institute, Delmic’s close collaborator.
On 8th of March Delmic held an iCLEM workshop together with Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology in Bremen.
This morning we hosted another webinar together with our Australian distributor AXT. This webinar was specifically targeted at life science researchers ...
A paper recently published in Nanoscale demonstrates a method that uses the SECOM to look at CL emission from Nanoparticles.