Jordi Arbiol from the Catalan Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Barcelona, Spain joins the podcast to talk about electron microscopy and its remarkable ability to visualize nanomaterials in atomic-level detail. (Recorded on July 19, 2016)
- Jordi Arbiol
- BBC News - "Catalonia's Push for Independence from Spain"
- European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) EU-40 Materials Prize
- The Analytical Scientist - "Top 40 Under 40"
- Nobelprize.org - "The Transmission Electron Microscope"
- Max Planck Institute - "X-ray Microscopy"
- Daniel Jacobsson et al - "Interface Dynamics and Crystal Phase Switching in GaAs Nanowires"
- James Evan et al - "Controlled Growth of Nanoparticles from Solution with In Situ Liquid Transmission Electron Microscopy"
- Richard Feynman - "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom"
- Joachim Mayer - "TEM Sample Preparation and FIB-Induced Damage"
- Peter Ercius - "3D Imaging of Nanostructures Using Electron Tomography"
- Roy Ishikawa - "Direct Imaging of Hydrogen Atom Columns in a Crystal by Annular Bright-Field Electron Microscopy"
- Rowan Leary - "Chromatic Aberration Correction: The Next Step in Electron Microscopy"