JSM-IT500HR Scanning Electron Microscope

JSM-IT500HR Scanning Electron Microscope

The JSM-IT500HR SEM, based on the highly successful and award winning JEOL InTouchScope series, is equipped with a high-brightness electron gun and fully integrating JEOL's energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer (EDS). This revolutionizing JSM-IT500HR is a superb high throughput SEM, delivering a dramatically improved work efficiency (40% or higher than conventional models).

JEM-Z300FSC (CRYO ARM) Electron Microscope

JEM-Z300FSC / JEM-Z200FSC Cryo-Electron Microscope

CRYO ARM is an electron microscope for observing biomolecules such as proteins at cryo temperature. The microscope equips a cold field-emission electron gun, an in-column Omega energy filter, a side-entry liquid nitrogen cooling stage, and an automated specimen exchange system. The specimen exchange system can store up to 12 specimens in the specimen exchange chamber.

JSM-IT200 Scanning Electron Microscope

JSM-IT200 Scanning Electron Microscope

Fast observation, analysis and report generation! JSM-IT200 is an easy-to-use scanning electron microscope focused on cost performance of high functionalities of JSM-IT500 (higher-end model) of InTouchScope, with significantly higher throughput.

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Arnold Kruize
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Inauguration of the JEM-1400Plus in Ghent on 24th March 2016

24th March 2016 knew the festive inauguration of the JEM-1400Plus, JEOL’s 120 kV TEM, in Ghent. The 1400Plus is JEOL’s latest generation 120 kV TEM. This system is extremely user-friendly and has integrated solutions for tomography as well as for large area imaging. The investment is a joint effort of 4 research centers of VIB (Flemish Institute for Biotechnology) and 1 research center of Ghent University:

·         Inflammation Research Center (VIB-IRC)

·         Plant Systems Biology (VIB-PSB)

·         Medical Biotechnology Center (VIB-MBC)

·         VIB Core facilities

·         Center for Medical Genetics Ghent University (CMGG)

In her welcome speech Prof. Anne de Paepe, Rector of Ghent University and Director of CMGG, emphasized the importance of collaboration for the acquisition and exploitation of large equipment.

The official “cutting of the ribbon” was followed by a demonstration of the 1400Plus and a reception with a variety of drinks and delicious snacks for the more than 100 participants.

  

Pictures:

TOP The official “cutting of the ribbon” by Prof. Anne De Paepe, assisted by mrs. Riet De Rycke and mr. Michiel De Bruyne, transmission electron microscopists at the VIB-UGent TEM Core Facility.

BOTTOM Mrs Riet De Rycke (far right) demonstrates the 1400Plus to (starting first row and from left to right): Prof. Nico Callewaert, Director MBC; Prof. Dirk Inzé, Director PSB; Dr. Jo Bury, Managing Director VIB, Prof. Bart Lambrecht, Director IRC; Prof. Anne De Paepe, Rector and Director CMGG.



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