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Olympus SLIDEVIEW™


VS200 Slide Scanner


Reliable, Flexible, and High-Troughput Slide Scanning enables higher resolution and flatter images for outstanding digital slides for quantitative data analysis by employing Olympus X Line objectives. Te SLIDEVIEW™


captures high-


quality virtual slide images, offers flexibility to empower advanced quantitative image analysis for brain, cancer, stem cell and drug discovery research. Its intuitive workflows enable users to start scanning a slide in as few as two clicks. Imaging modes include brightfield, fluorescence, darkfield, phase contrast and polarization.


Olympus www.olympus-lifescience.com/en/solutions-based-systems/vs200


Linkam Updates Cryo Stage for Correlative Microscopy


Te CMS196V3 Cryo-Correlative Microscopy


system enables a full workflow for correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) for correlation of high-resolution structural information with biochemical processes within cells. Tis model can integrate with a


wide range of research-grade upright microscopes and offers enhanced sample stability for cryo-imaging, improved sample handling, and reduced sample contamination. It maintains the sample’s vitrified state by liquid nitrogen cooling, providing proven capabilities to safely handle and transfer cryo samples.


Linkam Scientific www.linkam.co.uk/clem


Tomocube Wins Microscopy Today Innovation Award for HT-2 Microscope


Te world’s first holotomographic microscope with 3D fluorescence was recognized as a photonics breakthrough by the 2019


Microscopy Today Innovation Awards. Quantitative phase imaging (QPI) of


label-free 3D refractive index (RI) tomography combined


with fluorescence imaging reveals the structure, volume, surface area, concentration, and dry matter mass of individual live cells in real time. Holotomography and fluorescence correlative analysis in 2D, 3D,


and 4D will advance research for a better understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.


Tomocube www.tomocube.com/product/ht-2


Coxem Announces a New Representative


Kardon Consulting announced a new representative for element Pi and Coxem electron microscopes in the Northeast US. Don Becker of Kardon Consulting said, “Element Pi and Coxem have experienced sustained growth over the last few years by offering electron microscopes and accessories that provide advanced features at an affordable price.” Kardon provides sales and support for Coxem SEMs, and accessories such as vibration isolation solutions, sputter coaters, microscopy soſtware, and more.


Kardon Consulting www.kardonconsulting.com


2020 January • www.microscopy-today.com


Pfeiffer Vacuum Opens New Plant in Wuxi, China


Pfeiffer Vacuum celebrated the expansion of its facility in Wuxi, China, on October 23, 2019. Doubling its original size, the new facility marks a milestone in Pfeiffer Vacuum’s


development in China. It


allows better response to local customer needs while supporting growth in the coating and semiconductor market. Te larger facility will allow for production


of dry pumps, new leak detection systems, and the assembly of pumping stations.


Pfeiffer Vacuum www.pfeiffer-vacuum.com/en


XEI Scientific Awarded Patent for External Hollow Cathode


XEI Scientific was awarded the patent Plasma Device with External RF Hollow Cathode for Plasma Cleaning of High Vacuum Systems used in Evactron® E-50 and U50 models. Te E-50 is XEI‘s most popular in situ downstream plasma cleaner for SEMs, with easy plasma ignition directly from high


vacuum using the “POP” ignition process. Te electrode is outside the plasma to eliminate particulate production. Tis hollow cathode source operates with 50 watts of RF power to generate the plasma.


XEI Scientific https://evactron.com/xei-scientific-awarded-a-patent-for-its-external-hollow- cathode-design


Olympus Objectives Receive Innovation Award


Olympus’ X Line™ series objectives have been awarded a Laser Focus World Innovation Award. Te X Line objectives were designed with new manufacturing technology that creates lenses with shapes that are difficult to fabricate using other methods. Te result is improved image flatness, chromatic aberration correction, and numerical aperture. With these advancements, users can acquire bright, high- quality images throughout the entire field of view, helping to improve quantitative data acquisition and the speed of creating large, stitched images.


Olympus www.olympus-lifescience.com/en/discovery/x-line-objectives-win-a-2019-la- ser-focus-world-innovation-award


KMLabs Laser Products Acquired by Thorlabs


Thorlabs has acquired the KMLabs’ Y-Fi™ portfolio, a family of high average power, high repetition rate NIR/MIR ultrafast fiber lasers, OPAs, and NOPAs. Based on a patented fiber amplification technique, KMLabs’ ytterbium fiber lasers provide industry- leading short pulse durations at the microjoule level. The various models in the Y-Fi laser series are employed in a multitude of demanding ultrafast applications, including 2- and 3-photon imaging, ophthalmology, and time-resolved studies in the NIR and MIR.


Thorlabs and KMLabs, Inc. www.thorlabs.com and www.kmlabs.com


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