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Nanounity Announces That the Delmic SECOM Correlative Microscopy System Has Won a 2013 Microscopy Today Innovation Award.
Date:8/8/2013

Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) August 08, 2013

Each year, the publication, Microscopy Today under the stewardship of its editor, Dr Charles Lyman from Lehigh University, make awards at the annual Microscopy & Microanalysis meeting. In 2013, the meeting is being held in Indianapolis with awards going to companies in the following product areas: light microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, electron microscopy and microanalysis. Two additional awards go to innovative technologies not already covered. One award for 2013 goes to European manufacturer, Delmic BV (Delft, Netherlands) for their exciting correlative microscopy system known as SECOM. First launched at the emc 2012 meeting in Manchester, UK, the system was displayed on the Nanounity booth at M&M 2013.

The Delmic SECOM platform is an integrated solution for correlative light and electron microscopy which integrates fluorescence and scanning electron microscopy in one device by equipping a scanning electron microscope (SEM) with an inverted fluorescence microscope. It was developed in conjunction with a research group led by Professor Pieter Kruit from the Faculty of Applied Sciences at Delft University of Technology. The platform can be fitted on a SEM by replacing the stage door of the SEM chamber. This replacement supports a motorized stage and the objective and light path for the optical microscope. The platform comes with an intuitive software package that is designed to easily acquire both types of information. The software package can also control the SECOM stage and the most important settings for the electron microscope.

Correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) is a relatively new method that combines the information of light and electron microscopy on a single specimen. For the first time, scientists can correlate t
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