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Researchers Localized Individual H Atoms in Nanostructures Using Cryo-Transfer LEAP Atom Probe


Scientists from ETH Zürich and Oxford University have succeeded in mapping volatile hydrogen atoms in metal using the fi rst “cryo-transfer” LEAP


of Oxford, investigating the origins of hydrogen embrittlement, have teamed up with the materials research team at ETH Zürich that developed a unique cryogenic transfer protocol for its LEAP Atom Probe that allows researchers to immobilize the highly diff usive hydrogen before APT analysis.


®. Researchers at the University


AMETEK CAMECA www.cameca.com


NovAliX Turns to High-Resolution Cryo-Transmission Electron Microscopy for Pre-Clinical Drug Discovery Research


A new contract research laboratory operated by France-based NovAliX will provide pharmaceutical companies with access to high-resolution cryo-transmission electron microscopy for facili- tating small molecule and biologic drug discovery. NovAliX’s new laboratory will use the cryo-TEM to provide 2D and 3D charac- terization of small molecule and biological samples. NovAliX has completed its fi rst program with a Japanese pharmaceutical customer. It has multiple projects planned with some of the top pharmaceutical companies.


Thermo Fisher Scientifi c Inc. www.thermofi sher.com


iF Awards Recognize Olympus’ Smart Microscope Design


Globally renowned as a symbol of design excellence, the iF design awards celebrate the best in user-focused, ergonomic, and effi cient design. With over 5,000 submissions from 70 countries, Olympus Scientifi c Solutions Division has received two of these prestigious awards for its CX23 upright microscope and FLUOVIEW FV3000 confocal laser-scanning microscope. Recognition for both the FV3000 and the CX23 underlines the importance Olympus places on design excellence across its entire range of life science microscopes.


Olympus Corporation www.olympus-lifescience.com (Life Science) and www.olympus-ims.com (Industrial Products)


Linkam’s Cryo-Stage is Chosen by JPK Instruments for Their NanoWizard® AFM Systems


JPK Instruments chose Linkam Scientifi c Instruments to supply a customized version of one of their cryo-stage systems to enable surface properties to be studied over an extended temperature range. Bringing their technologies together has enabled JPK to off er cryo-stage capability for their NanoWizard


T is means AFM users may now study surface property changes as a function of temperature over the range of -120 °C to +220 °C.


® AFM systems.


Linkam Scientifi c Instruments Limited www.linkam.co.uk


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JEOL Exhibits InTouchScope SEM and Cross Section Polishing Abilities


designed to make SEM accessible to everyone. All the controls are at your fi ngertips with its intuitive soſt ware interface. T e operator can use the multi-touch interface along with keyboard and mouse. Advanced automatic algorithms produce clear images in a snap. A “Navi” mode guides operation from sample introduction to automatic condition setting. T e JSM-IT300HR provides expanded performance over traditional SEMs at an attractive price.


T e JSM-IT300HR is an all-new InTouchScope™ series SEM


JEOLUSA www.jeolusa.com


SCION Instruments Announces Improved Service Contracts for Varian, Bruker, SCION GC, and GCMS Instruments


SCION Instruments announced improved service contract structures and pricing for 2017. Laboratories with GC and GCMS instruments from Bruker, Varian and SCION can be serviced by SCION. Services include a full range of preventative maintenance and emergency call-out service contracts structured to meet the varying needs of laboratories from research to high-volume service laboratories in 24/7 environments. Along with service, SCION Instruments carries a full range of spares.


SCION Instruments www.scioninstruments.com


SearchLight™ Celebrates its Fifth Anniversary


SearchLight is an online spectral plotting and analysis tool that allows fl uorescence microscope users and optical instrument designers to model the spectral performance of fl uorophores, fi lter sets, light sources, and detectors as components of an overall system. SearchLight contains an extensive library of over 750+ fl uorophores, 100+ light sources, more than a dozen detectors, and Semrock’s library of fi lters and fi lter sets. Its intuitive user interface makes it easy to manipulate spectral component specifi - cations and plot spectral results.


Semrock, a unit of IDEX Health & Science, LLC searchlight.semrock.com


“Cysteine Rose” Wins 2016 Thermo Fisher Scientifi c Electron Microscopy Image Contest


Italian Institute of Technology’s Andrea Jacassi is the grand prize winner of the Sixth Annual 2016 T ermo Fisher Scientifi c Electron Microscopy image contest for his “Cysteine Rose” image. T e image was acquired using the FEI Helios NanoLab 650 DualBeam focused ion beam/scanning electron microscope (FIB/SEM) and selected by a vote of T ermo Fisher employees from more than 270 entries. Jacassi will receive a Canon EOS 80D DSLR camera package.


Thermo Fisher Scientifi c Inc. www.thermofi sher.com


doi: 10.1017/S155192951700030X www.microscopy-today.com • 2017 July


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