Enhanced Darkfield Hyperspectral Microscopy enables label-free imaging of nanoparticles in a wide range of environmental matrices, including live cells, tissue, and whole animal organisms.
In this webinar, you will learn the principles behind Enhanced Darkfield Hyperspectral Microscopy. This will include an overview of nanoscale darkfield microscopy and high-resolution hyperspectral imaging, which produces an optical spectrum in each nanoscale pixel of an image. Additionally, various application examples will be reviewed. This will include live imaging and image analysis of nanoparticle uptake in cells.
TissueGnostics attends the Pan-African Cancer Research Institute (PACRI) meeting. The international gathering is the collaborative hub of the cancer research community, bringing together scientists, clinicians, other healthcare professionals, survivors, patients and advocates from Africa and around the world.
Share the latest advances in cancer research and medicine:
Population and Prevention Science
Translational and Clinical Studies
Survival and Advocacy
This gathering also highlights the science of differences in cancer research and how diversity, equity and inclusion efforts can transform the future.
Lithium-ion battery are expected to generate an unprecedented demand for raw material in the upcoming decade. At the same time battery research, production, and quality control need to keep up with the growing demand for storage capacities. Battery manufacturers must not only deliver high quality, but also deliver it throughout the whole battery value chain. Analysis and testing of batteries raw materials and components requires therefore a variety of analytical methods that provide insights of quality and properties at various scales. This webinar series will highlight analytical techniques as chromatography, mass spectrometry and electron microscopy and their benefits for battery material and structural analysis.
Part 1 – October 5, 2022 10:00 a.m. BST | 11:00 a.m. CEST: Analysis of cathode materials
Part 2 – October 6, 2022 10:00 a.m. BST | 11:00 a.m. CEST: Analysis of battery electrolytes
Who should attend?
Battery material analysis laboratory managers and analysts
Battery cell manufacturers and their QA/QC personnel
Scientists working in battery research and development
Are you unable to attend one or both sessions? Register now to make sure you automatically receive the link to the webinar recordings.
The base pressure of any vacuum system is dependent on the effective pumping speed as well as the gas load. In this webinar, we will cover the following topics:
List gas sources in vacuum systems
Explore causes of each type of gas source
Look at opportunities to reduce gas load
These sources include leaks (real and virtual), outgassing (vapor pressure of materials and desorption), and permeation. We will discuss their causes, and look at opportunities to reduce system gas load and lower a vacuum system’s base pressure.
This webinar is designed for Engineers and Technicians who operate and maintain vacuum systems.
Doug Baker, Director of Sales and Business Development for Teledyne Hastings will be presenting this webinar.
The series continues with an in-depth explanation of dynamic nanoindentation (also termed the continuous stiffness measurement technique). In the past 30 years, dynamic nanoindentation has grown in importance for the analysis of modified surfaces, thin films and polymer materials.
Learn more on October 9th, 2019 from 6 pm – 7 pm and register for the webinar here.
The KLA team of applications experts will answer your questions live.
This event will be recorded & distributed to all registrants within 3 days afterwards.
We are pleased to present you a new 3D Holotomographic Microscope.
Holotomography (HT) enables researchers to image cell morphology in 3D without the use of labels. In addition, long term Live Cell Imaging (LCI) is possible due to the extremely low amount of light required for HT as there is no phototoxicity to the cell.
HT also facilitates precise measurement of Refractive Index (RI) at nanoscale, allowing estimations of protein and lipid concentration and their changes in real time.
High speed capture of the data set allows for dynamic imaging, with 3D capture rates of 2fps and 2D imaging at over 150fps for membrane fluctuation assessments.
With the new HT2 instrument, fast, quantitative, label free imaging can be combined with 3D fluorescence (FL) to allow correlative imaging with specificity. To minimize phototoxicity from fluorescence imaging, acquisition of HT and FL are decoupled allowing independent strategies
3D holotomography opens up numerous applications in biology and medicine.
Cellular dynamics: growth, differentiation, cell-to-cell interaction, invasion, death
Quantitative cell biology: number, mass, volume, surface area
Quantification of subcellular metabolites: lipid, polymer,…
New parameters for diagnostics: blood cells, lymph, cancer, tissue
Image-based species identification for fast diagnosis of infectious diseases
Accurate vacuum measurement with flexible I/O and optional color display
Teledyne Hastings Instruments, a worldwide leader of vacuum instrumentation and thermal mass flow meters and mass flow controllers, announces the release of the HVG-2020B Series of vacuum gauges. The HVG-2020B vacuum gauge measures pressures from atmosphere to 0.1 mTorr using two sensor technologies – a media-isolated, gas composition independent, piezoresistive sensor and a precision pirani sensor.
The HVG-2020B Series has an optional color touchscreen display which provides several different views, or modes of operation, for the user including a graphical “pressure versus time” mode, process control set point mode, bar graph mode, and a simple pressure and temperature display.
In addition, the HVG-2020B is very flexible and can provide both analog and digital outputs to easily integrate into process control. A wide variety of analog output signals, both linear and log, may be selected for voltage or current output. Digital output can include RS232 and RS485 via a small jack on the top of the instrument. A USB connection is also available on many models which makes connection and operation very easy for the user. Free Windows® data acquisition software for data logging is available for the HVG-2020B.
After the acquisition of Keysight’s Nanoindenter division and the Nanomechanics Inc. company by KLA, the first joint Nanoindenter Users Meeting took place on 2nd/3rd May at the Mercure Hotel Langen and the premises of Schaefer Technologie GmbH.
During the 2-day event, numerous lectures from the field of materials research were held. In addition, there was the opportunity to participate in live demonstrations of various instruments.
At the evening dinner the participants had the opportunity to exchange experiences and to establish new contacts.
The KLA-Tencor Corporation has acquired the Nanolndenter product line from Keysight Technologies. KLA-Tencor develops and manufactures inspection, metrology, and data analysis systems that rely on innovative optics, sensors, and high-performance computing technologies. The Nanolndenter product line is an excellent fit with KLA-Tencor’s product portfolio. This acquisition extends KLA-Tencor’s surface metrology product suite to include a range of products well matched to the customer’s requirements. Information about the Nano Intender G200 can be found here.