Stereo Scanning Electron Microscopy

(Reveling high-resolution three-dimensional material structural complexity)

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Harvard’s Wide-Field Electron Optics Laboratory specializes in the development of new Scanning Electron Microscopy imaging techniques for the high-throughput structural and compositional analysis of hierarchically ordered biological materials and synthetic constructs. 

 

Coral skeleton (Hydnophora sp.)  

Field diameter: 1 cm

Soft coral skeletal elements (Sinularia sp.)

Field diameter:  3 mm

Abalone nacre (Haliotis sp.)

Field diameter:  30 µm

Bryozoan skeleton (Diaperoecia sp.)

Field diameter: 4 cm

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