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Advanced microscopy will further our understanding of the world and beyond. From simple light microscopes, to advanced electron microscopy, a better vision awaits. As an analytical tool, microscopy has historically been key for many scientific advances, particularly in the life sciences, and will continue to be in the future as new techniques allow greater than ever insights. This collection contains articles sponsored by Hitachi High-Tech that describe advances in electron microscopy.
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Latest electron microscopes from Hitachi High-Technologies allow researchers to observe large samples with superior automatic function
Scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) use a focused beam of electrons to produce images of objects that have been magnified up to 2,000,000 times, revealing detail and complexity inaccessible with light microscopy. Today, SEMs, which are smaller and easier to use, are helping expand research on photovoltaic material coatings, cosmetic composition and activity inside our bodies, at a microscopic level.
By developing new technology and refining sample preparation methods, Hitachi High-Technologies is making the most of cryo-electron microscopy.
By driving advances in electron microscopy, Hitachi High-Technologies is helping to develop transformative materials and technologies
Using state-of-the-art microscope technology, Hitachi High-Technologies is helping to inspire the next generation of scientists
Low-vacuum, compact tabletop scanning electron microscopes make diagnosis of kidney disease quick and clear-cut, offering earlier intervention.
Microscopy is opening up new opportunities for medical researchers, delegates to the 19th International Microscopy Congress in Sydney recently discovered.
Hitachi High-Technologies’ electron microscopy innovations help push the limits of scientific discovery.