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Fulbright Scholarships awarded for microscopy research
Jonathan Winterstein, a doctoral student in materials science & engineering at the University of Connecticut has been awarded a Fulbright scholarship to perform research at the Technical University of Graz’s Austrian Centre for Electron Microscopy and Nanoanalysis. His research will focus on ceramic fuel cell materials, which have potential for use in clean energy generation. Winterstein plans to use transmission electron microscopy and spectroscopy to study defects in ceramic materials. Controlling these defects could optimize the performance of fuel cell materials.

Asylum Research UK moves to Bicester, Oxfordshire
On May 26th, Asylum Research’s wholly owned UK subsidiary will move to a larger office in Bicester, Oxfordshire. The additional space will give the company room for more staff and allow them to demo their Cypher AFM system, which will join the MFP-3D demo system.

Genetix acquires SlidePath Limited
The cell imaging and analysis company Genetix Group plc (New Milton, UK) has acquired all the issued share capital of the digital pathology company SlidePath Limited (Dublin). The acquisition will further strengthen Genetix’s position in the digital pathology market. For example, Genetix will add SlidePath’s web-enabled viewing, information management and computer-aided image analysis capabilities to its products.



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