NEWS 17 June 2022

Mikroniek summer issue: Cooling & Cryogenics

In his editorial, Mikrocentrum High Tech Platform manager Maarten Roos looks back on the first Techcafé, a new DSPE-Mikrocentrum collaboration.


The summer issue of Mikroniek, click here for a first impression, is devoted to the theme of Cooling & Cryogenics.
Theme articles include cryogenic magnet technology for high-field MRI, and the design of an efficient micro-cooler with a low form factor and high mechanical and thermal stability, for life-sciences microscopy. Off-theme, the design of a ‘dancer’ for in-line interferometry for precision in roll-to-roll production is presented.Please send an e-mail for information on how to obtain a hardcopy. (Cover image courtesy of Demcon kryoz)


References

CryoEM zero-vibration cold tip

In life-sciences research, cooling biological samples of, for example, proteins, viruses and bacteria to extremely low temperatures facilitates new forms of microscopy.

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Decreasing stiffness at the cost…

Minimising power dissipation is critical for applications in cryogenic environments.

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Dances with foils

In-line interferometry of nanometer-scale profiles in flexible electronics has been developed for application on a moving flexible foil.

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