Beyond the Basics: Workshop in McMaster, Hamiliton, Canada

The “Beyond the Basics: Advanced In-Situ Microscopy Techniques and Applications Workshop” is ONE WEEK AWAY! Join us May 9-10, 2024 for this FREE two-day workshop, jointly hosted by #CCEM at McMaster University Soquelec Ltd. and #Protochips! Come learn about advanced microscopy techniques for material characterization, sample prep tips and tricks for in-situ TEM experimentation, and … Read More

Register for the last webinar in this series!

WEBINAR ALERT: Part 3 of a series on applications of gas-solid studies with closed-cell in Situ TEM is less than 24 hours away! Tune in tomorrow, March 19th, at 9am EDT for an intriguing exploration on the morphological evolution of copper-based nanoparticles under varying high-temperature redox conditions using the Atmosphere gas cell in situ system! … Read More

Atmosphere Seminar at the National Institute of Chemistry in Ljubljana

Throwback to an amazing Atmosphere AX seminar at the National Institute of Chemistry in Ljubljana, Slovenia! Thank you, Matevž Roškarič, for organizing such a successful event and special thank you to every one who attended. Lastly, thank you to our very own Simon Ma and Nynke Krans for leading this seminar focused on gas cell … Read More

Webinar Series Announcement Dr. Lawrence Allard!

Come learn about applications of gas-solid studies with gas cell in Situ TEM in this new webinar series – Closing the Pressure Gap: Closed-Cell Environmental TEM! On February 27th, Dr. Lawrence Allard from Oak Ridge National Lab will kick off the series by taking you on a captivating exploration of early-day E-TEM experiments dating back … Read More

Publication Alert for Poseidon AX & Dose in Small

Another Friday publication update! Want to know how to observe real time nanoparticle interactions, in liquid? In this paper, the depletion-induced self-assembly is observed of nanoparticles with different compositions and sizes. The dose was well monitored using our machine-vision #AXON Dose software, so that any electron beam induced artefacts were mitigated. These nanoparticles made beautiful … Read More

Angus Kirkland on Research Data Management

We couldn’t agree more! As the FAIR principles and Research Data Management (RDM) requirements begin to show up as necessities in grant proposals all around the world, software with AXON’s capabilities will soon be a must-have in all TEM laboratories to integrate TEM and in situ equipment together, providing for proper rigor, reproducibility, and transparency … Read More

Congratulations to Prof. Kerstin Volz and Prof. Jürgen Janek

  Congratulations to Prof. Kerstin Volz and Prof. Jürgen Janek on the prestigious Greve Prize for your research in the field of rechargeable batteries. We are glad that our Atmosphere gas cell holder was able to make a contribution to your success. We are looking forward to your next great discoveries that will contribute to … Read More

International Women’s Day 2023

Happy International Women’s Day! Meet some of the lovely ladies that are working very hard on the production floor, finance, HR, and purchasing. These beautiful, intelligent women make sure that many critical operations move as smoothly as possible. This includes quality control, E-chip testing, hiring, cultural initiatives, order input and shipping, and many other tasks! … Read More

Case Study: Reduction of Iron Oxide

  In situ TEM experiments utilize very small amounts of sample (obviously) and, therefore, very small amounts of contaminants can completely ruin an experiment. This is why it is critical, when doing closed-cell gaseous reactions for catalysis research, that you find an in situ TEM system that is completely leak tight and won’t let in … Read More