Alstom signs two biomass contracts in the UK
Roeco Inox has developed a new system of tank manufacturing which reduces the production time by 30% and also decreases the amount of necessary welding.
A project involving three partners is connecting old batteries in Hamburg to form a large-scale storage system to keep the power grid stable.
The Norwegian company Sintef is testing materialsfor the production of oil and gas at Arctic temperatures between -40 and -60°.
The North American subsidiary of the Linde Group, Linde LLC, has put its first retail hydrogen fueling station in the U.S. into operation.
US engineering company Lockheed Martin has reported that it has developed a new design for a fusion reactor that could be in use in a decade.
Boeing Partners with South African Airways for a pioneering project that will make sustainable aviation biofuel from a new tobacco plant, not cigarettes.
Toshiba and IBIDEN unveil a prototype silicon carbide fuel assembly cover for use in nuclear power stations.
Revealing hidden information in digital images
Quantitative information is of great importance within manufacturing and quality control, bringing objectivity and confidence to the decision-making process. Under the correct conditions, an image acquired with light microscopy will contain a wealth of information, but the trick is how to extract and utilise this effectively.
Our latest white paper, brought to you by Olympus, covers many of these methods, focusing on the importance of software throughout the entire workflow.
Inverted “IX81” microscope with the new “ZDC2” Z-Drift compensation system which automatically maintains focus when capturing multiple images.