Self-focusing SIMS is a new technique for measuring the composition of semiconductors and SiGE devices. It’s ten times faster than studying nanometre-scale features directly with methods such as TEM or APT.
A scientific paper published by UNSW highlighting new implications for engineered nanophotonics, using nanoscale FTIR and s-SNOM chemical imaging.
The Advanced Materials Show has been postponed to 2-3 December 2020 at NAEC Stoneleigh in Coventry (free to attend).
How to use low dose TEM to study beam-sensitive materials with reduced damage, using new electron counting camera technology.
Achieve the highest lateral and vertical resolution with AcuityXR technology on Bruker’s Contour 3D optical microscopes. Break the optical diffraction limit, without compromising the other benefits of white light interferometry. For a limited time, we currently have a trade-in offer to help you benefit from the latest 3D optical microscope technology. Trade in your surface […]
How to analyse microplastic particles with Raman spectroscopy. Identify polymers and measure size, shape and composition with the Renishaw Invia Raman microscope.
New Bruker Contour LS-K 3D optical profiler for fast, high quality surface maps and metrology data, with new technology for focus variation on samples with topography.
Visit us at ASMCS 2016, the Annual Surface and Materials Chemistry Symposium on 8-10 November 2016 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
How to analyse individual and multiple fibres in natural and synthetic materials using micro-CT imaging.
Come and see Blue Scientific at Graphene Week 2015, at the University of Manchester from Monday 22nd June to Thursday 25th June 2015. We’ll be on stand number 2 in the Exhibitor Hall. Follow Blue Scientific on Linked In for updates: Graphene Week 2015 Graphene Week is a scientific conference commissioned by the Graphene Flagship, […]