Vol.13 No.6 <Oct-Nov>

The Next Ambition of Microscopists

2015.12.25 Published


The Next Ambition of Microscopists
With long lineage and continued challenges

Contents

History of the advancement of the electron microscope as viewed from Japan

[special talk]
Prof. Nobuo Tanaka
President of The Japanese Society of Microscopy,
Professor Emeritus of Nagoya University

Koji Kimoto
Director of the Surface Physics and Structure Unit,
NIMS


Research Article 1 Abberation-corrected STEM (TITAN)

Observing atoms, recognizing elements.
 - Koji Kimoto (Director of the Surface Physics and Structure Unit, NIMS)


Research Article 2 Orthogonally-arranged FIB-SEM

A perfect match of manufacturer's new technology and researchers' needs
 - Toru Hara (Cheif Researcher, Surface Physics and Structure Unit, NIMS)


Research Article 3
Confocal STEM

Revolutionary idea of "moving a specimen" in STEM
 - Masaki Takeguchi (Director, Transmission Electron Microscopy Station, NIMS)
 - Ayako Hashimoto (Senior Researcher, Electron Microscopy Group, Surface Physics and Structure Unit, NIMS)


TALKING WITH THE BIG THREE
Realizing the Impossible -Development of the world's 1st aberration-corrected electron microscope

Prof. Knut Wolf Urban
Prof. Harald H. Rose
Prof. Maximilian Haider


Science is even more amazing than you think (maybe…)

Nobel Prize winners a la carte
  written by Akio Etori
  illustration by Shinsuke Yoshitake


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