Hybrid Pixel Technology Provides Data that You Can Rely On: An Indispensible Advancement for TEMs

In this interview, AZoM talks to Yemliha Bilal Kalyoncu, Application Engineer at Amsterdam Scientific Instruments about how an indispensable advancement for TEMs is provided by hybrid pixel technology. https://www.azom.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=19492 Can you give a brief overview of Amsterdam Scientific Instruments, and what sets you apart from other members of your industry? Amsterdam Scientific Instruments is an innovative company dedicated […]

EURLipids

        Project Partners: Maastricht University DBSL B.V. Amsterdam Scientific Instruments Da Vinci Laboratory Solutions University of Liège Zentech University of Hasselt Katholieke Universiteit Leuven University Hospital Aachen Dutch Screening Group B.V. For more information click see here. Lipids comprise a major class of biological compounds which govern essential functions in living organisms like […]

New Retractable Detector with 512 x 512 Pixels for TEM 35 mm port

The Cheetah, a single electron sensitive detector has been recognized as an excellent solution for the microscopy society for various applications from basic electron diffraction (ED) experiments to uses in techniques such as Precession Electron Diffraction, 4D STEM (scanningTEM), cryo-EM and 3D ED Tomography, where standard CCD and CMOS detectors lack the competence to capture the information these methods can give. […]

TechNano Fund leads € 2M investment round in Amsterdam Scientific Instruments B.V.

Expansion capital for next-generation imaging technology company Amsterdam, NL – Amsterdam Scientific Instruments B.V. (‘ASI’), a leading vendor of advanced camera systems for X-ray imaging and electron microscopy, has received an investment from a consortium of investors led by TechNano Fund. Alongside this transaction the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) and Innovatiefonds Noord-Holland provided co-funding. ASI […]

New Online Seminar on 30th of June

We are proud to announce we are hosting a new online seminar by Mauro Gemmi, PhD, director from Center for Nanotechnology Innovation@NEST on the topic of “3D electron diffraction: from inorganic nanoparticles to protein nanocrystals”. We encourage you to engage with us on this online seminar. It will take place on the 30th of June, 8.30 am, […]

Online Seminar on the 14th and 15th of May

In this challenging time for everyone, conferences and meetings across our scientific society have been cancelled due to COVID-19. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t stay in touch with the newest developments and topics that will help our technological growth. Amsterdam Scientific Instruments is hosting an online seminar by Andrei Nomerotski on the topic of “Fast imaging of […]

ASI welcomes new channel partner TechnoS Instruments

We’re happy to announce that TechnoS Instruments is a now a recognized channel partner os Amsterdam Scientific Instruments. TechnoS is a Technology based Solutions company, providing advanced materials processing and characterization solutions through our offices and partners across India and abroad. Founded by graduates from one of the World’s best Institutes, “Indian Institute of Technology”, […]

ASI will attend the ichsip-32 conference

ASI will be present at the Ichsip-32 conference in Enschede and we’ll bring a demo version of the TPX3Cam. If you’re curious about what this camera can do for your research come and meet us there. Have a look here to see an impression:

OMA Fellows join forces to improve cancer treatment beam diagnostics

Last month OMA Fellows Jacinta Yap (University of Liverpool) and our Early Stage Researcher Navrit Bal (ASI), along with QUASAR members Roland Schnuerer and Hao Zhang from the Cockcroft Institute visited the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre (CCC), UK to meet with the Head of the Douglas Cyclotron, Dr Andrzej Kacperek. The CCC is treating patients with ocular tumours […]

A Rare Lysozyme Crystal Form Solved Using Highly Redundant Multiple Electron Diffraction Datasets from Micron-Sized Crystals

Researchers from Stockholm University solved the structure of lysozyme from micro-crystals with a rare crystal form using ASI’s sensitive detector technology. Due to the detectors’ high read-out speed, in a short time, multiple datasets could be collected improving the final model quality. SUMMARY Recent developments of novel electron diffraction techniques have shown to be powerful for determination of […]