Tag Archives: Correlative Microscopy

Bridging the micro and nano worlds

Insights from M&M 2019

Observations from a ZEISS executive leader on one of the largest microscopy conferences in the world

Allister McBride, Head of Materials Science at ZEISSat the ZEISS booth at M&M 2019

The annual Microscopy & Microanalysis (M&M) conference was recently held in Portland, Oregon, USA. ZEISS is one of the largest sponsors and exhibitors at this meeting for the Microscopy Society of America that is dedicated to the promotion and advancement of techniques and applications of microscopy and microanalysis in all relevant scientific disciplines.

In attendance was Allister McBride, a senior director at ZEISS who is responsible for materials research strategy. This includes understanding new trends in the market, translating those into customer needs, and working with R&D to create innovative solutions. Allister provided the commentary on what he felt were some of the more interesting new trends and topics at this year’s M&M.


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Correlative Microscopy in Materials Science (Second Edition)

ZEISS & Wiley present free guide

Correlative Microscopy in Materials Science by Wiley

Correlative microscopy allows scientists to study a greater diversity of samples, as some microscopy techniques work better with some materials than others, and to generate a much greater range of information about those samples at various different scales.

The second edition of this Essential Knowledge Briefing (EKB) offers an introduction to correlative microscopy: different techniques, specific benefit, and combinations scientists tend to employ for studying non-biological materials. There are also several case studies detailing specific examples of how scientists have applied correlative microscopy and what it has allowed them to discover.


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Foundation Stone Ceremony for World-Class High-Resolution Microscopy Centre in Heidelberg

ZEISS supports new EMBL Imaging Centre with solutions for correlative microscopy

Rendering of the new EMBL Imaging Centre

The new EMBL Imaging Centre, to be opened in 2021 and located on the campus of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany, will give researchers access to the most modern microscopy technologies available. ZEISS supports the centre with solutions for correlative microscopy.


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Spotlight on the Cells’ Ultrastructure

New correlative approach combines superresolution confocal and scanning electron imaging

The Radboundumc research team

Researchers from the Department of Cell Biology, theme Nanomedicine, and the ‘Microscopy Imaging Center’ at the Radboudumc in Nijmegen, Netherlands recently developed and optimized a pipeline for correlative imaging using superresolution (SR) microscopy and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) to study the cellular ultrastructure.


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Live-Webinar: Battery Research With Advanced Microscopy and Image Processing

From Sample Preparation to 3D Reconstruction and Quantification

Battery Research

In this webinar Stefanie Freitag from ZEISS will first give an introduction about existing advanced microscopic techniques for battery research including the presentation of possibilities for in-situ observations. In the second part Dr. Jochen Joos from KIT will explain his established workflow from sample preparation to 3D reconstruction and describe hurdles and solutions concerning image processing.

Thursday, 21 March 2019 | 4 p.m. (CET)


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Push the Boundaries – Upgrade Your Microscope

Additional functionality, improved performance or extended lifetime

Upgrade_microscope

Demanding imaging tasks require to make the most of your valuable ZEISS system. Additionally, the questions you are asking develop and change over time.
Watch the video and discover how your highly modular ZEISS system can grow with your needs. See how upgrades and updates give you additional functionality, improved performance and extended lifetime.


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“I Am Impressed Time and Again by the Many Applications of Microscopy”

Anita_Sonnenfroh_ZEISS_Iberia

Anita Sonnenfroh is heading the ZEISS sales and service company in Iberia, which brings together the Microscopy, Industrial Metrology and Medical Technology business groups.

Her many experiences over the years and numerous extraordinary moments have caused her fascination for microscopy to grow. Read the interview here:

ZEISS Microscopy Customer Center Tokyo Reopened

Experiencing the broad spectrum of ZEISS microscopes

Following expansion and renovation, the ZEISS Microscopy Customer Center Tokyo reopened in April 2018. Around 45 customers from industry and academia attended the grand ceremony. Dr. Kaoru Sato from JFE Techno-Research Corporation, one of Japan’s most well versed experts in electron microscopy, expressed his future expectations for ZEISS in a speech. After the ribbon-cutting ceremony, ZEISS offered tours of the center.


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ZEISS Invites to Day of Microscopy in Oberkochen, Germany

Focus on the latest microscopy techniques and a wide range of applications

ZEISS will host the Day of Microscopy at the ZEISS Forum and ZEISS Microscopy Customer Centre Europe in Oberkochen on May 16 and 17, 2018. International guests from research, science and industry can expect a varied program of lectures, workshops and discussions that will give impressive applicative and technological insights into light, electron and X-ray microscopy at ZEISS. Keynotes from science and industry will take you into the world of tomorrow to demonstrate the broad scope of microscopy.


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2018 Scientists’ Choice Award for ZEISS

Best Analytical Science Article of 2017 goes to Dr. Timo Bernthaler

The 2018 Scientists’ Choice Award for the Best Analytical Science Article 2017 went to ‘Could Correlative Microscopy Solve the Energy Problems of the Future?’, an in-depth article featuring Dr. Timo Bernthaler, materials scientist at IMFAA, Germany. In the interview Bernthaler discusses his characterization work on energy storage, magnetic and 3D printed materials and how correlative microscopy from ZEISS is accelerating his research.


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