USA: Protochips, maker of in situ electron microscopy, shipped its 100th system: a Double Tilt Aduro 300 was sent to Dr. David Muller, co-director, Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science. Muller uses the system to further his research on ferroelectric materials.
“This is our second system from Protochips after our productive experiences with the Poseidon Electrochemistry system,” Muller said. “The image stability and resulting resolution is unparalleled.”
In addition to image and data quality, researchers appreciate that the Aduro and Poseidon technologies allow imaging in real time at temperatures up to 1200 C. Protochips’ technology now enables scientists to complete real-time, dynamic thermal studies at extremely high resolutions up to the atomic level, which solves two problems: