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One-of-a-kind Microscope Enables Breakthrough in Quantum Science

We are pleased to share that the paper by Prof. Ido Kaminer and team at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology has been published in Nature.Prof. Ido Kaminer uses IDES’ Luminary system along with a Transmission Electron Microscope “JEM-2100Plus” made by our parent company JEOL, Ltd. https://www.technion.ac.il/en/2020/06/down-the-quantum-microscope/

10kHz frame rate video in TEM! – read the first Relativity® publication

Electrostatic subframing and compressive-sensing video in transmission electron microscopy This month’s special issue of Structural Dynamics features the first published journal article on Relativity®. This work has been the result of years of collaborative effort between IDES and researchers at Sandia National Laboratories and uses several laser-driven, materials processes to demonstrate the potential for high...
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Relativity® wins a Microscopy Today 2018 Innovation Award

IDES’ Relativity® camera subframing system with compressive sensing has won a Microscopy Today Innovation Award at the 2018 Microscopy and Microanalysis conference in Baltimore. Relativity® allows users to obtain kHz frame rates using conventional TEM cameras, check back here soon for more news. 2018 Microscopy Today Innovation Awards: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1551929518000779

Spectrally resolved photon-induced near-field electron microscopy

Exciting new work from Prof. Fabrizio Carbone’s lab: Currently, phonons and collective plasmon resonances can be imaged in nanostructures with sub-nm and 10s meV space/energy resolution using state-of-the-art energy-filtered transmission electron microscopy (TEM), but only under static conditions, while fs-resolved measurements are common but lack spatial or energy resolution. Here, we demonstrate a new method...
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IDES at M&M 2017

IDES is pleased to sponsor the following events at the 2017 Microscopy and Microanalysis Meeting: Pre-Meeting Congress: “Understanding Radiation Beam-Damage during Cryo-, ETEM, Gas- and Liquid-Cell Electron Microscopy.” Symposium A16: “In situ and operando Characterization of Material Processes in Liquids and Gases” And don’t forget to stop by our booth to say hello!
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WIRED: The Weird Quantum Behavior of Light, Captured in a Lab

Congratulations to Professor Carbone and his entire team as well as IDES’ CTO Bryan Reed on this exciting work! The Weird Quantum Behavior of Light, Captured in a Lab Nature Communications: doi:10.1038/ncomms7407 Also check out this youtube video that EPFL put together to explain the concept: