Author Archives: Jessica Grubb

MMC2019 Workshops – Sample Preparation Techniques

During the first week of July from Tuesday 2nd July until Thursday 4th July we will be attending mmc2019 – we’ll be at stand 710! Over the course of mmc, we will be holding three interesting workshops discussing various sample preparation …

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The WELL Diamond Wire Saw in Action

The experimental volcanology and geothermal research group at the University of Liverpool, supervised by Prof. Yan Lavallée, focus on investigating the mechanical and textural properties of magma and rocks at high temperature. Two of the PhD students in the research …

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‘In conversation’ discussing the easiGlow glow discharge system with Field Sales Engineer Ben Hayllar

What is easiGlow? The easiGlow Glow Discharge Cleaning System is a compact, easy-to-use standalone system. It’s designed to modify the wettability of Carbon film on TEM grids and to clean TEM grids. It’s bench mounted, straightforward to set-up with only …

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Non-Ducted Fume Cabinet FAQs

Meet one of our new products: the Agar Scientific Non-Ducted Fume Cabinets.  Featuring the very latest in air filtration technology, they are perfect for a wide variety of lab applications. Here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions regarding the fume …

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Microwave Sample Preparation: Recipes for Success

BioWave Pro+ Microwave Tissue Processor We recently attended the Scottish Microscopy Group’s 46th Annual Symposium in Aberdeen. This annual meeting focuses on bringing together scientists using and developing microscopy and image analysis techniques, and features talks and poster sessions. One particularly …

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Introducing… CorrStub™

A new SEM specimen stub for correlative microscopy When analysing the characterisation of organic and non-organic samples this usually involves the collection of images and data using a variety of instruments and techniques. In the majority of cases the use …

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It’s good to hear from our customers from time to time!

Paul Simpson is the Cryo Electron Microscopy Facility Manager at Imperial College London. Their Biosciences EM Facility has a number of TEM and SEM Microscopes. He has been purchasing products from Agar Scientific regularly. This was some of the feedback …

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