Interested in learning about the latest in analytical chemistry and materials science? We produce monthly educational webinars on the latest techniques. View our recorded webinars here, and check our homepage to be notified of our next live webinar.



Broad Ion Beam Milling (BIB) Webinar

Our lives are continuously improving with new technology, which is driven by the development of new materials and pushing the limits of existing technologies. Structural analysis of these materials is increasingly challenging using traditional (mechanical) cross sectioning methods, which may not preserve the delicate structures found in samples from many industries, such as semiconductor, optical coatings,polymer films, and composite or nanostructured materials.Find out how you can benefit from Broad Ion Beam milling to polish sections hundreds of times larger than FIB with a quality on par with FIB sections.


Archived Webinars

Register to see our other recorded workshops below! Mapping The Nano looks at high spatial resolution EDS mapping on the Hitachi Ultra Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope. The recording will also provide a sneak peek at the future of correlative Optical and Scanning Electron Microscopy.

Fast Mapping will give you an inside look at several topics in Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), such as data, results, failure analysis and much more



Small Spot ESCA Webinar

The trend in modern manufacturing has been a constant push to smaller, more compact devices of all kinds. We are proud to show off our new enhanced, microfocused analysis capabilities in Electron Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis (ESCA) a.k.a. X-ray
Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS).
Stay tuned for the video recording. If you have follow up questions or need more personalized information we’d be happy to help. Contact our team.


DECEMBER 5, 12:00

Analytical Solutions to Your Engineering and Manufacturing Problems

  • Which Analytical Tool Works Best to Solve Which Material Problem

Stay tuned for the video recording!


My Analyst Says I’ve A Failure

Analysis of polymer and composite failures. Video recording coming soon!