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Low Voltage NEWS & EVENTS 4

(Nanowerk News) There is growing interest to create new materials with never-before-seen synergistic properties or additional functionality. One way to do this is to combine different materials, with different properties, together in order to create a new hybrid material...
5 April 2017
The LVEM5 benchtop electron microscope was recently on loan to Autodesk and on display in their Gallery at this years TED Talks in Long Beach California. The LVEM5 is the only TEM small enough to be placed in almost any location, such as the Long Beach Performing Arts Center...
5 April 2017
It’s Nature’s miracle fibre: a biodegradable polymer that is stronger than steel, lightweight, yet durable.Called nanocrystalline cellulose, or NCC, this renewable and recyclable resource could be used as a performance enhancer in everything from automotive panels and aircraft parts to paint, adhesives and resins — even medical products such as adhesive bandages and gauze. Nanocrystalline...
5 April 2017
A LVEM5 was installed in the Electron Microscopy Lab of the Medical Academy in Tver, Russian Federation. The academy is one of the more prominent medical education centers in today’s Russia with considerable international outreach...
5 April 2017
Delong America is pleased to announce that we will have the LVEM5 benchtop electron microscope on display at booth 553 at the Microscopy and Microanalysis 2010 conference in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon. The LVEM5 is the only multi-modal desktop EM on the market...
5 April 2017
The University of Talca has embarked on a research focus in materials characterization relevant to biomedical studies. The university has selected the LVEM5 benchtop electron microscope (transmission, scanning and scanning transmission modes) as a pivotal technology to explore low voltage applications within this research portfolio.
5 April 2017