Bridging Nordic Imaging, Gothenburg
Webinar on Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy
February 11, 2016
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting an informative webinar on the uses and applications for correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM). At the webinar, we will be providing an introduction to CLEM, featuring our own high-performance CLEM system, the SECOM. This introduction is provided by DELMIC’s in-house CLEM specialist, Lennard Voortman. Then Lucy Collison of the Electron Microscopy Platform at the Francis Crick Institute will demonstrate how she employs CLEM for her own research in the study of cells at a high resolution.
Directional Light Extinction and Emission in a Metasurface of Tilted Plasmonic Nanopillars
January 29, 2016
On the nanoscale, light can behave in various ways. For instance, light extinction is the process by which light is either absorbed or scattered by a particular material. This process is determined by diverse factors, including the texture of the material it interacts with. In directional light extinction, the absorption or scattering of light is determined by the direction at which the light interacts with the material, which can be manipulated by creating a certain asymmetry on the surface at a scale smaller than the wavelength of light.
New application and technical notes for the SPARC and SECOM systems published online
January 20, 2016
Recently, the staff at DELMIC has been hard at work preparing a series of application notes and technical notes that outline the various uses of our SPARC and SECOM systems. These notes are designed with the researcher in mind, considering the various ways in which he or she is interested in employing CL imaging or CLEM for his or her own specific research topic.