Synchrotron-based research in your home laboratory
In the last decade, X-ray imaging has gone from primarily being applied within the medical field to finding widespread application in material science, food science, geology, archeology and more.
Synchrotrons are the preferred playground when scientists explore novel ways of improving 3D X-ray imaging and develop new X-ray imaging modalities.
However, the general use of such large-scale facilities is hindered by limited user access and a high level of complexity when using them.
Our 3D X-ray imaging techniques transform lengthy synchrotron research into robust and user-friendly laboratory solutions.
The underlying algorithms utilize every bit of information collected from the laboratory systems, and the outcome is performance and results comparable to state-of-the-art synchrotron techniques.
Would you like to discuss the possibilities for improving your materials research? Let’s have a talk