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Cryo-EM with the Gatan BioContinuum

Gatan BioContinuum Imaging Filter for Cryo-EM and Cryo-ET

New direct detection system for low-dose, single-particle imaging and cellular organisation and ultrastructure studies.

Coronavirus Mapped with Cryo-EM

Coronavirus Structure Mapped with Cryo-EM

Cryo-EM has been used to generate the first 3D atomic-scale map of the coronavirus (2019-nCoV). This is a key step towards developing a vaccine and treatments for the infection.

Upgrade your TEM Camera

Upgrading your TEM: Cameras and Cryo-EM

Upgrading your TEM camera can update your existing microscope for higher quality data, faster and easier workflows and convenient new features.

Cryo-EM in Structural Biology

Cryo-EM in Structural Biology

How cryo-EM is used in structural biology to solve structures at resolutions not possible just a few years ago.

Gatan K3 IS Electron Counting TEM Camera

Low Dose Electron Microscopy (TEM) for Beam-Sensitive Materials

How to use low dose TEM to study beam-sensitive materials with reduced damage, using new electron counting camera technology.

Life Science TEM

Life Science TEM Workshop 04/06/19

Join us for a workshop at the University of Copenhagen, with live demos on the Gatan Rio camera.

Cathodoluminescence Image

What is Cathodoluminescence? Plus how to add it to your SEM/TEM/STEM

Cathodoluminescence (CL) is a technique for characterising composition, optical and electronic properties with data that correlates with morphology, micro-structure, composition and chemistry at the nanoscale.

Intro to Cathodoluminescence

Cathodoluminescence Webinar: An Introduction

Join Gatan for a webinar introducing cathodoluminescence imaging (CL) – the first of a series about the technique.

SEMT 2020

SEMT Meeting 2020

Visit us at the annual SEMT electron microscopy meeting at the Natural History Museum in London on 11th December 2019.

Natural History Museum

SEMT Meeting 2018 – London, 12 December 2018

Visit us at the annual SEMT electron microscopy meeting in London on 12th December 2018.