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MicroCT Analysis of North Polar Layers of Mars

18th Nov, 2020

Pixi (Planetary In-Situ X-ray Imager) project Scintacor is collaborating with eXaminArt, on the Nasa funded PIXI (Planetary In-Situ X-ray Imager) project to develop an in-situ high-resolution X-ray computed tomography (microCT) instrument to analyse geological samples on the surface of Mars. The instrument will double as an X-ray spectrometer to map…Read More

Wilhelm Roentgen who first discovered X-rays 8th Nov 1845

6th Nov, 2020

Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen 27th March 1845 – 10th February 1923, was a German mechanical engineer and physicist, who, on the 8 November 1895 produced and detected electromagnetic radiation in a wavelength range known as X-rays or Roentgen rays, an achievement that earned him the first Nobile Prize in physics in…Read More

IEEE 2020 Andrew Lee Scintacor Presentation

4th Nov, 2020

3.30pm EST –Come hear our CTO Andrew Lee – Presentation – Scintacor’s capabilities, allowing you to visualise the invisible, a tour of our products and facility. IEEE Conference Online Program