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Moldy Mold: Moldy Mold under a Scanning Electron Microscope
Moldy Mold: Moldy Mold under a Scanning Electron MicroscopeCourtesy ASPEXCORP
I can't believe no one has posted on this yet. I got this link from a friend's Facebook... ASPEX, a scanning electron microscope (SEM) Elemental Analysis company, is taking submissions from anyone for scanning. That's right...want to know what a marshmallow peep looks like under a SEM? A post it note? A fly's eyeball? If you can send it in to them, they'll eventually scan it and let you see the image.

Cool, I say.

Sep
06
2009

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Single molecule, one million times smaller than a grain of sand, pictured for first time

Read more about this at MailOnline or read the IBM Zurich press release.

We demonstrate imaging of molecules with unprecedented atomic resolution by probing the short-range chemical forces with use of noncontact atomic force microscopy. The key step is functionalizing the microscope’s tip apex with suitable, atomically well-defined terminations, such as CO molecules. Science Magazine

I love that the Minnesota Microscopy Society's tagline is "Minnesota, Land of 10,000x". Har har.