Capturing Mechanical Properties of Cells and Materials via Nanoindentation | Optics11 Life Inc.
Nanoindentation is a powerful method to assay the viscoelastic and poroelastic behavior of soft and biological samples, including 3D cell culture. In this workshop, we discussed how this label free method can be used as a biomarker for physiological and
pathological models. Speaker: Maid Klapuh, Optics11 Life
Nanomechanical Characterization using PinPointTM for Atomic Force Microscopy Applications | Park Systems
Why use PinPointTM Nanomechanical mode? PinPointTM is an advanced imaging mode developed by Park Systems, that acquires high-resolution topography and F/D data at each pixel of the entire scan area. Speaker: Armando Melgarejo,
Park Systems Inc.
Advanced Direct Detection EELS | Gatan
Direct detection (DD)
cameras dramatically improve resolution, reduce noise and operate in single electron counting mode, even for low signal research. Examine these advantages for advanced applications, such as low-dose spectrum imaging, trace element analysis and time-resolved EELS.
Advances in D8™ X-ray Diffraction Systems with the New EIGER2 R 250K Detector | Bruker
This educational workshop highlighted advantages and techniques for running various sample types on D8 diffractometers equipped
with the new EIGER2 R 250K detector. Speaker: Brian Jones, Bruker AXS
Stela Camera: Hybrid-pixel Electron Detector with GMS for Advanced Electron Diffraction Studies | Gatan
Gatan's latest camera, the Stela™, is the only fully integrated hybrid-pixel electron detector with the Gatan Microscopy Suite® (GMS) software for advanced electron diffraction studies. This workshop highlighted
the advantages of using this detector for different types of 4D STEM applications.
Photoluminescene Characterisation of Perovskite Semiconductors | Edinburgh Instruments Ltd.
The characterisation of perovskite semiconductors for photovoltaic and optoelectronic applications with steady-state and transient
PL spectroscopy was presented using the Edinburgh Instruments FLS1000 Photoluminescence Spectrometer. Speakers: Samantha Redes and Stuart Thomson, Edinburgh Instruments Ltd.