Park Systems Cited as Most Promising Semiconductor Technology Solution Provider of 2018 by CIO Review

Park Systems was recently awarded one of the 20 Most Promising Semiconductor Technology Solution Providers of 2018 by CIOReview magazine. “Tis recognition is given to companies that are at the forefront of providing semiconductor technology solutions and impacting the marketplace,” states Jeevan George, Managing Editor of CIOReview. “Park Systems is honored for creating semiconductor metrology solutions with a focused effort on customer needs and performance requirements.”

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EmCrafts SEMs Now Available In U.S.

Electron Optics Instruments announces that it will now serve as the sole U.S. distributor of the full line of SEMs from EmCraſts. Te line includes several full-size SEMs along with the new desktop model, the Cube II. EOI has been serving as experts in the electronics field, building and servicing SEMs since the late 1980s. Tey said that it has been incredible to witness the progression of SEM the size of an entire room to a desktop instrument.

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ZEISS Delivers Tomographic Imaging with Results 4x Faster for Geologists and Geological Industries

Te new module for the ZEISS Xradia Versa 500-series of 3D X-ray microscopes (XRM) will allow users to acquire high- quality images in one-quarter the time. ZEISS OptiRecon uses a new, advanced iterative reconstruction technique. One can make a choice based on the job requirements: the same quality images four times faster, or superior quality in the same amount of time as standard image acquisition.


Olympus and USC Announce Partnership in Cancer Research

Te USC and Olympus have announced their partnership with the goal of advancing multiscale research into cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment through precision medi- cine. Te USC-Olympus Innovation Partnership in Multiscale Bioimaging demonstrates the clinical utility of new tech- nologies that combine the workflow of a surgical biopsy and primary diagnosis with microscopic cellular and molecular characterization. Te resulting personalized medicine and treatment selection will advance cancer research and poten- tially improve the precision of patient diagnosis and treatment.

Olympus and The University of Southern California

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ZEISS and Arivis AG Partner to Provide Leading 3D Imaging Systems

New microscopy technologies, such as light sheet fluorescence microscopy, or clearing methods, allow the imaging of large samples at high resolution or high frame rates. Handling, processing, and analyzing these multi-terabyte data sets has become increasingly difficult for scientists, for example, in developmental biology and neuroscience. New tools are needed to overcome these challenges. ZEISS has teamed up with Arivis to offer complete solutions from initial image acquisition to final results.

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Prior Scientific Celebrates 100-Year Anniversary

Prior Scientific Instruments Ltd marks its 100th anniversary of the company’s founding in 1919. W.R.Prior Co Ltd was founded in London, in 1919, by Walter Robert Prior and Andrew Physicks, as a manufacturer of microscopes. Prior relocated to its present home in Fulbourn, Cambridge, in 1988. Te company expanded its presence in the USA in 1991 with a facility in Rockland, Massachusetts, which is now also a key manufacturing facility for the company.

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Lucille Giannuzzi Joins TESCAN USA

TESCAN introduced Dr. Lucille Giannuzzi as Regional Sales Manager, Mid-Atlantic region. Dr. Giannuzzi joins TESCAN USA with extensive experience in FIB, scanning electron, and transmission electron microscopy, with applications expertise in both the physical and life sciences. Over the past year, TESCAN USA Inc. has experienced explosive growth, hiring over 13 new personnel in such specialty areas as applications, sales, service, and marketing, including the introduction of eight new products over the past year and more slated for 2019.


New Report: Less Time Preparing Biological Samples

Leica’s new application report addresses how automated serial sectioning with the new ARTOS 3D ultramicrotome can help optimize the array tomography imaging workflow. In this application, the goal was to investigate the complex 3D organization of the paracortical conduit system of mouse popliteal lymph nodes using array tomography. To achieve the best results, uniform, ordered arrays of serial sections are needed, but preparing the sections can be challenging and time-consuming.

Leica Microsystems Inc. • 2019 May

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