Visualizing the structural evolution of thermally-decaying platinum nanowires

Using the DENSsolutions Wildfire system, Torsten Walbert and his colleagues from the Institute for Materials Science, TU Darmstadt were able to investigate via in situ TEM the influence of temperature on polycrystalline platinum nanowires. Observing this process under remarkably high resolution enabled them to capture for the first time the internal transformations during both early and intermediate stages of the platinum nanowire decay. 

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Meet our Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Hugo Pérez

At DENSsolutions, we persistently challenge ourselves to develop the most innovative and outstanding solutions that you need to advance your research. This continuous yet passionate pursuit has been led for years by our Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Hugo Pérez. In this latest addition to DENSsolutions Meet the Team series, we interview Dr. Hugo so you can learn all about his diverse educational background and wild backstory.

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The first direct observation of pharmaceutical non-classical crystallization

Using the DENSsolutions Ocean LPEM system, Dr. Jennifer Cookman from the Bernal Institute in the University of Limerick and her colleagues were able to capture the intermediate pre-crystalline stages of a small organic molecule. This research marks the first ever direct observation of a pharmaceutical material undergoing non-classical crystallization, highlighting the rising value of in-situ TEM techniques in the pharmaceutical industry. 

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Meet our new Regional Sales Manager, Dr. Eva Bladt

Building strong and long-standing customer relationships has always been a paramount objective for DENSsolutions. In efforts to increase our impact in the Nordics, Benelux, the U.K. and Ireland, we needed somebody who could further strengthen our ties with customers and expand our user base in these regions.

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Announcing the establishment of the DICP-DENS Microscopy Centre

In line with the emphasis we place on multinational collaborations, we have partnered with the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics in China in order to accelerate the fields of catalysis and sustainable energy and achieve results together. To celebrate the establishment of the DICP-DENS in-situ electron microscopy technology application laboratory, an exciting ceremony was recently held at DICP in which numerous speakers took the stage to share their areas of expertise.

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