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June 07, 2019Buehler, an ITW Company, Lake Bluff, Ill., has launched the AbrasiMet XL Pro large abrasive cutter to provide consistency and repeatability in cutting large samples for production environments.
May 29, 2019A Ph.D. candidate at the Leiden Institute of Physics has developed the most vibration-free cryogenic scanning tunneling microscope in the world. The new microscope could shed light on unconventional superconductivity.
May 29, 2019Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Lab designed, implemented, and applied a new and improved focusing system for electron diffraction measurements.
May 23, 2019ASM International recently produced its first-ever “turnkey webinar” for Mager Scientific Inc., an equipment dealer specializing in sample preparation for a wide variety of labs. The new ASM Turnkey Webinar Series is a sponsored webinar model where ASM provides the speaker, a list of presentation topics to select from, and all of the marketing and promotion. The sponsor simply picks a...
April 30, 2019This profile series introduces leading materials scientists from around the world who happen to be females. Here we speak with Keerti S. Kappagantula, mechanical engineer at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, Wash.
April 26, 2019Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory, Iowa, unveiled a new microscopy approach for imaging gel nanocomposites in their natural state, which reveals more useful information about their assembly and properties.
April 26, 2019Hard to believe, but Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis (MMA), the official publication of the International Metallographic Society, is already in its eighth year of publication. We have been fortunate to experience growth in submissions each year since the journal began, and hopefully this trend continues.
April 26, 2019Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have focused for years on creating a 3D map of the atomic activities happening on an iron surface. Recently, using a rare imaging technique—atom probe tomography—they were finally able to map atomic exchanges between goethite, a major component of rust, and iron from its surrounding solution.