Latest temperature-controlled stages at MMC 2021
Linkam Scientific Instruments, a market leader in temperature-controlled microscopy, is showcasing its CMS196V3 and Modular Force (MFS) stages at the Microscience Microscopy Conference (MMC) 2021.
Linkam is hosting two workshops and a technical showcase at MMC 2021, as well as participating as an exhibitor in the virtual event. The first workshop, taking place on Tuesday 6 July at 10.00 am, will be hosted by Linkam Senior Scientist Dr Michael Schwertner, in which he will look closely at sample handling, microscope integration and new workflow options with Linkam’s Cryo-Correlative CMS196V3 stage (pictured). On Wednesday 7 July at 3.30 pm, Applications Specialist Dr Robert Gurney, will discuss micro-mechanical characterisation techniques for various sample types. Details of both workshops can be found in the timetable here.
Linkam’s CMS196V3 and MFS stages are two of the most popular systems in Linkam’s wide portfolio of sample characterisation solutions. The CMS196V3 is a Cryo-Correlative microscopy system that is the ideal platform for the correlation of biochemical processes within cells, with high resolution structural information from EM images. It can be integrated with a wide range of upright microscopes and is an integral part of the CLEM workflow. The system also offers improved sample handling, reduced sample contamination, and enhanced stability for super-resolution cryo imaging.
The MFS is a compact system that offers precision sample manipulation with a range of grips to suit various applications including tensile strain, compression, and indentation – all within a temperature, gas and optional humidity-controlled sample environment.
Duncan Stacey, Sales and Marketing Director at Linkam, comments: “We are looking forward to showcasing two of our most innovative products at MMC this year. Our workshops led by Dr Schwertner and Dr Gurney will give exhibition attendees a real insight into how these stages can be used within Cryo-CLEM and tensile analysis, and we are pleased to support scientists who are looking to expand their efforts in these spaces.”
Details of the free registration can be found here.