Scottish microscopy society
The Scottish Microscopy Society, formerly the Scottish Microscopy Group, was established in 1968 by a group of electron microscopists, but has grown to incorporate the whole spectrum of microscopy with committee members from institutions across disciplines and across Scotland. We aim to bring microscopists from all disciplines together to share techniques, ideas and new technologies.
What does SULSA do? We shape open research! In a joint effort with @scotmicro we have built the Scottish Microscopy Facilities Database, an online tool to find open access imaging facilities in Scotland. Have you used it yet? #SULSAoutcomes https://t.co/WT55tBaVJa
Do you know The Aberdeen Centre for Electron Microscopy? https://t.co/LXqhunMA8H ACEMAC runs a GeminiSEM 300 high resolution Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope. SE, BSE and cathodoluminescence detectors enable imaging from steel to rocks to biological cells.