The Museum's imaging facility has two scanning electron microscopes capable of high resolution imaging. Follow the links below to discover key features and technical details, see examples and find out which would be most suitable for your applications.
The Philips XL30 scanning electron microscope can be used to image minute organisms and perform on-screen measurements. It also incorporates a nano-CT system for 2D and 3D visualisation of internal structures.
The Carl Zeiss Ultra Plus scanning electron microscope offers ultra high resolution imaging. The instrument's revolutionary charge compensation system allows non-conducting specimens to be imaged without the need for coating.