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New Workflows Broaden Access to S/TEM Analysis and Increase Productivity
Abstract: The DualBeam, which combines focused ion beam and scanning electron microscope (FIB-SEM), is regularly used for sample preparation in transmission electron microscopy (TEM). A DualBeam enables the user to thin specific regions of a bulk material to electron transparency. While this process is often performed manually, we describe an interactive guided TEM sample preparation process. By this method, the preparation process time is shortened for expert users, compared to manual processes, and enables novice users to obtain high-quality results routinely. The method can be used on almost any material to prepare thin lamellas for most common TEM applications.
Visualizing GPCR Activation Using Cryo-Electron Microscopy
Researchers have recently used cryoelectron microscopy (cryoEM) to determine the three-dimensional (3D) atomic structure of two class B Gprotein coupled receptors (GPCRs) and revealed the structural basis of their activation and function.
A square peg in a round hole:
The economics of panel-based
lithography for advanced packaging
Moving from round wafers to rectangular panels saves corner space,delivering a roughly 10% improvement in surface utilization.
Multiscale correlative tomography provides critical materials characterization of biomedical implants
Correlative multiscale tomography (CMT) is a new workflow that combines advanced imaging and analytical techniques to provide critical feedback to engineers designing new products, materials, and manufacturing processes.
Ensuring safety and uptime by managing condensable gases
The need to safely exhaust CVD reaction by-products is increasing as complex device structures gain prominence in microelectronic manufacturing. Edwards Vacuum has applied novel solutions to increase safety, reduce downtime and control costs.
Enhanced vacuum security using advanced sub-fab monitoring and data analytics
Sub-fab Fault Detection and Cassification (FDC) software platforms collect, integrate and analyze operational data.
New imaging technologies foster revolution in structural biology for three-dimensional cryo-TEM
Proteins are the workhorse molocules of living systems. Determining the relationship between their structure and their function is the central challenge of structural biology.
Reveal previously invisible defects and contaminants in advanced packaging applications
New illumination technology compares favorably to conventional bright field illumination
New Approach to 3-D Imaging of Biological Materials Provides Isotropic Resolution Down to a Few Nanometers
Visualizing the three-dimensional (3-D) architecture of cells and tissues is essential for understanding the relationships between structure and function in biological systems.