UIC physicist earns innovation award from Microscopy Today
Original article by Brian Flood - August 5, 2020.
Labeling and identification of isotopes has become a crucial tool for studying biological activity and ionic diffusion in nearly all aspects of materials science and bioengineering.
In two recently published studies, University of Illinois Chicago physicist Robert Klie and colleagues from Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Nion Company developed and demonstrated ultra high-resolution electron energy-loss spectroscopy in an electron microscope with isotopes sensitivity in solid and liquid samples.
Their groundbreaking approach in high-resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy has been judged to be one of the 10 best microscopy innovations in the 2020 Microscopy Today Innovation Award competition.
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