22 Oct 2020 | By Agnieszka Siupa

Power of TWO to simplify complexity

A bit of history We all met a few years ago in pre-COVID world, in one of the Horizon 2020 project meetings. The ACEnano project, with 26 partners scattered across the globe, aims to introduce confidence, adaptability and clarity into...READ MORE >

21 Oct 2020 | By Alex Malm

Understanding specifications – what does laser power actually mean?

When choosing a new instrument, we tend to end up looking at a specification sheet. But what do all of these numbers mean? Bigger numbers are better surely? Whilst there are lots of specifications that we can compare, this is...READ MORE >

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20 Oct 2020 | By Scott Speakman

A History of Battery Material Analysis with Malvern Panalytical

The possibilities at a researcher’s disposal I managed the X-Ray Shared Experimental Facility at MIT for 8 years. The first instrument I bought for the lab was a Malvern Panalytical X’Pert Pro MPD X-ray diffractometer. The versatility of the X’Pert...READ MORE >

15 Oct 2020 | By Jenny Burt

Around the Home in 80 Particles – My Work(ing from Home) Day

Since many of us are now working from home, we get to spend more time looking at our possessions. For some of us this prompts a desire to redecorate or buy new things. For me, it’s led me to think...READ MORE >

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14 Oct 2020 | By John Duffy

Want to know the secret to successful additive manufacturing?

Find out how to make the most of this game-changing technique How does a 3D printer work? As it turns out, fairly similarly to its 2D counterpart: digital files are sent to the printer, which then deposits ink to form...READ MORE >