We welcome Xiaodong Chen to the editorial advisory board of Advanced Materials.
Xinliang Feng talks about his motivation to work in the field of graphene chemistry and the role of graphene in future developments.
Cefe López talks about his passion for optics and solid state physics, photonic crystals, and future developments in materials science.
Jillian Buriak talks about her fascination of investigating the nanoworld, multidisciplinary applications of nanomaterials, and future trends in the exciting field of materials science.
The first thing I noticed about our new Editorial Board Member for Advanced Materials is that Professor Ariga is very on top of his emails. I was then delighted to discover his great sense of humour…
What materials discoveries had an impact on business the past 10 years? How will we do materials science startups in the future? Jeff Carbeck explains.
We talk to Dr. Luc Scheres, CEO of Surfix BV, about issues with company startups, techniques in Surfix, and much more.
We chat to Ben Wang, founder of Svaya Nanotechnologies, about turning research into companies and the differences between Silicon Valley and academia.
Scientist-entrepreneur Prof. Elisseeff from Johns Hopkins University on her latest biomedical materials venture Aegeria and translating research to business.
In the second part of our interview, Orlando Auciello talks about the challenges inherent in transitioning from academia to business.
Filter methods for image analysis in microscopy
March 19, 2015, 4.00 PM CET
This webinar will explore the most common and important filter methods, including how they work and how they affect the actual image. Furthermore, the webinar will give examples of digital microscope systems and software used in inspection and quality control, where filter methods are already implemented to ensure accurate analysis of image data.
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.