The locations of atoms in a metallic alloy nanoparticle have been determined using a combination of electron microscopy and image simulation, revealing links between the particle’s structure and magnetic properties.
Researchers measured the coordinates of more than 23,000 atoms in a technologically important material
Berkeley Lab researchers help to map iron-platinum particle in unprecedented detail.
CU Boulder and Fort Lewis College were two of six colleges to receive part of a $24 million NSF imaging science grant. The schools will launch the Science and Technology Center on Real-Time Functional Imaging center (STROBE), which will be headquartered at CU Boulder. The center is designed to tackle major scientific challenges that have the potential to transform imaging science and technology through integrated advanced imaging methods using electrons, X-rays, and super-resolution microscopy.
Franklin Dollar was born on the wrong side of the digital divide.
“I’m a member of the Dry Creek Band of Pomo Indians,” he says. “I grew up on a small reservation near Geyserville, California, with no running water, no electricity and no internet access.”
Franklin Dollar, a member of the Dry Creek Band of Pomo Indians in California, was a 2012 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) student at the NSF’s now-graduated Extreme Ultraviolet Engineering Research Center (EUV ERC), based at Colorado State University. Now, as a faculty member at the University of California at Irvine (UCI), he is one of the faculty participant enablers in NSF’s newly formed STROBE Science and Technology Center (STC).
Berkeley Lab and University of Colorado-Boulder team develop new way to reveal crystal features in functional materials.
UC Berkeley researchers are collaborating with scientists from UCLA, University of Colorado at Boulder and other institutions to arrive at more detailed scientific findings through the improvement of real-time functional imaging.
In recent months, one company after another has come out with products that appear to create holograms—but according to optics experts, most do not use true holography to create their three-dimensional (3D) effects.
Fort Lewis College will be swimming in the big leagues with its share of a new five-year $94-million grant from the National Science Foundation intended to prepare students for careers in the sciences after graduation.