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Polymer Science NEWS & EVENTS 1

A nanotechnology suite, anchored by the LVEM5 electron microscopy imaging system, has been installed at the Aramco Services Company research laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The high resolution imaging capabilities of the TEM BOOST equipped LVEM5 will give the team the much needed detail when imaging a wide array of nano-scale material to be used in...
5 April 2017
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology at the University of Waterloo has selected the LVEM5 Low voltage TEM to be added to their research instrumentation. The Low voltage imaging capabilities of the LVEM5 will give the team much needed contrast when imaging self-assembled of metallo-block copolymers...
5 April 2017
We are very excited to announce the posting of a new application note to the Delong America Website. Dr. David C. Martin has taken the time to discuss how the LVEM5 has helped him in many areas of his polymer research...
5 April 2017
A LVEM5 multi-modal benchtop electron microscope will soon be installed in the Nebraska Center for Materials & Nanoscience at the University of Nebraska Kearney. The NCMN is a multidisciplinary organization with over 85 faculty members from UNL and other University of Nebraska campuses...
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
We are excited to announce that a LVEM5 benchtop electron microscope, with TEM SEM and STEM imaging modes, has recently been installed at the University of Manchester in the UK. Dr. Paul O’Brien’s Research group will be using the LVEM5 to enhance their research of various nanomaterials...
5 April 2017