Scanning Electron Microscopy (FESEM) &...
This activity, created by Pennsylvania State University and the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge Center (NACK), serves as a guide for students who want to gain hands-on experience in Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) and Scanning Electron Microscopy (FESEM) imaging techniques. The document outlines the steps students should take to familiarize themselves with their available microscopy equipment and skills they should become comfortable with on both types of imaging, including laser alignment and image capture for the atomic force microscope, and working distance and wobble for the scanning electron microscope. In order to access and download this material, users must co...
Why Do Li-Ion Batteries Die? - and...
This seminar by Dr. Jeff Dahn explains why Li-ion batteries die and, using examples from research, how changes to their chemistry can greatly improve their...
This presentation was given on March 18, 2015, by CAAT Director, Bob Feldmaier, at Macomb Community College?s (MCC) event series 101 People, Places and T...
The Goodwill Community Foundation (GCF) offers numerous online courses as a way to help users learn the essential skills needed for living and working in the...
Founded in 1893, the membership of the Botanical Society of America now includes scientists from around the world. The organization's website includes a number...
Launched in 2010 by science writers Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus, Retraction Watch seeks to make public the "self-correcting" nature of science. The site has...
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