How to image your samples with X-ray micro-CT during tensile and compression. Observe the effects of pressure on your samples in real time.
4D micro-CT (Micro-Computed Tomography or 3D X-ray imaging) involves imaging dynamic processes over time. This article explains step-by-step time-lapse and real-time methods, and how they can be used in geology and geoscience to image processes in rocks. These methods can also be used in other areas; If you have any questions just get in touch. Author: […]
Live web training session from Bruker about AFM imaging in liquids using PeakForce Tapping. Visualise individual biomolecules in their native state.
Visit us at TOSCA 2016 Tomography for Scientific Imaging conference on 6-7 September 2016 at the University of Bath.
How to analyse individual and multiple fibres in natural and synthetic materials using micro-CT imaging.
A review of micro-XRF as a technique for characterising minerals in tissues has been published in a scientific paper by researchers at the University of Birmingham and the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine. The paper is entitled, “Bedside, Benchtop, and Bioengineering: Physicochemical Imaging Techniques in Biomineralisation”, by Neil M. Eisenstein1,2, Sophie C. Cox1, Richard L. Williams1, Sarah A. Stapley2 and Liam […]
Join Bruker for a live remote webex training session about nano-electrical calibration calibration procedures and best practice, on Monday 8th February 2016 at 10 am (CET time).
How multi-scale micro-CT analysis can be used to achieve the best micro-CT image quality, using geological samples as an example. How to get the best results from your micro-CT scanner, and achieve the highest resolution. If you have any questions about how to best use micro-CT analysis for your research, please get in touch: Contact us on 01223 […]
Introducing a new micro-CT scanner from Bruker: the Bruker SkyScan 1275 is a highly automated, self-optimising desktop micro-CT system. As well as full manual functionality, the system features automated sequences that are activated with the push of a single button. This means that high quality 3D images can be acquired with virtually no training. Imaging parameters are optimised […]
Micro-XRF Workshop Tuesday 10th November 2015 Find out all about micro-XRF analysis and try it out using your own samples at our workshop in Coventry. Non-destructive composition and element distribution analysis Wide variety of applications Discuss your research with a micro-XRF specialist from Bruker Bring your own samples and see the results If you have […]