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Combining light and electron microscopy for better results.

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image courtesy of C.J. Peddie and L.M. Collinson, CRUK LRI

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sample courtesy of P. de Boer and B.N.G. Giepmans, UMCG

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sample courtesy of P. de Boer and B.N.G. Giepmans, UMCG

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sample courtesy of H. Schwarz, MPI Tübingen

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sample courtesy of M.J. Mourik, LUMC

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sample courtesy of T. Templier and R.H.R. Hahnloser, University of Zurich and ETH Zurich

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News

Impressions of the first Delphi workshop

April 9, 2015

On the 26th of March, 20 participants joined the first hands-on Delphi workshop at the MPI CBG in Dresden to learn about correlative microscopy and to get experience with our newest correlative solution, the Delphi

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Nanoscale optical tomography with cathodoluminescence spectroscopy

April 8, 2015

Engineers at Stanford University and the FOM Institute AMOLF have developed a way to visualise the optical properties of objects that are thousands of times smaller than a grain of sand, in 3-D and with nanometer-scale resolution.

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Cathodoluminescence microscopy

April 1, 2015

For the development, application and commercialization of angle-resolved spectroscopy Albert Polman received in 2014 the Innovation in Materials Characterisation Award. In the current issue of the MRS bulletin, a special article has been published based on Polman’s Award presentation during the MRS Spring Meeting in San Fransisco.

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Faraday Discussion

February 13, 2015

DELMIC will be attending the Faraday discussion about nanoplasmonics (16 - 18 February 2015). This meeting aims to highlight the most recent breakthroughs in this multidisciplinary field and hear from the different perspectives of physicists, chemists and biologists. It will connect the various subdisciplines in the field and define the most challenging problems for the future.

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