Tagged: microscope

What might appear to be common sense is not always based on scientific evidence - Guest Work

Guest Author Apr 25, 2018

James A. T. Lancaster, The University of Queensland This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. The term “evidence” has a fascinating linguistic and social history – and it’s a good reminder that even today the truth of scientific evidence depends on it being presented in a convincing way. As recent climate … Read More

New helium microscope reveals startling details without frying the sample - Guest Work

Guest Author May 17, 2016

By Ivy Shih, The Conversation When using an electron microscope, having your samples fried or explode isn’t quite the result one wants. But for Professor Paul Dastoor, this was an all-too-common problem. In his work on organic and polymer electronics, conventional electron microscopes were a no-go zone because much of his sample would either boil or blow up … Read More