The idea for electron rocket, or electron microscope scanning electron microscope for short, came from a colleague in the lab of Professor Ralf Löffler.
Löfler had just finished working on an electron microscopy camera that he called “the first real electron microscope in the world”.
“I thought it would be really fun to take the picture of the electron rocket and try to recreate it,” Löfs said.
“I tried to do it in an hour, but it was difficult.”
Löbings team has spent the past few years building a small, light, high-powered electron microscope that could be used for a variety of tasks.
They developed a camera with an image resolution of 2.5 microns and was powered by a solar panel and an AC charger.
Lüthi said the camera was able to take high-resolution images of materials and other materials.
“It’s a bit like a miniature camera,” he said.
The team has built the camera in their garage, and it’s also available for sale online.
The idea of using a small device to make high-quality images has been around for a long time, Lüths said.
Electron microscope scanning the electron microscope source Polygons article In 2009, a company in China made a device that could make high quality images of the human skin.
They called the device “a scanning electron microscope” and it uses a laser to take images of a subject’s skin and extract information about its structure.
It’s currently available only to people with a certain medical condition.
Luethi, who is now a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, San Francisco, said the current generation of electron microscopes are good enough for the kinds of applications he’s looking for.
“We need a new class of imaging that’s much more powerful, and we need a way to capture information from multiple different parts of the body at once,” Lueths said, adding that he’s hopeful the technology will help people with diseases like cancer and diabetes.