Clemex systems are present in research laboratories around the world, helping scientists get the results they need to further their field of study. Industry leaders and small scale enterprises also have success stories to share. Further your knowledge of image analysis by reading some of the scientific or industry articles below.
Calibrating Your Microscopy Systems: How & Why?
June 4, 2020
Home > Learn > Page 2 Microscopic imaging systems are critical to an array of biochemistry, life sciences, and general materials research applications. Prior to the development of the compound microscope, it was impossible to observe fundamental properties that now underlie our comprehension of physical matter. Conventional microscopy systems transformed the way we see the […]READ MORE
What is Knoop Microhardness Testing?
June 18, 2020
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Custom Image Analysis & 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance
June 26, 2020
Home > Learn > Page 2 Pharmaceutical manufacturing is a cost-critical market subject to unprecedented regulatory oversight. International and regional bodies establish key directives to control the quality of drugs released to market, primarily to ensure their safety and efficacy. As a result, few industries are required to run quality assurance and control (QA/QC) protocols […]READ MORE
Knoop Vs. Vickers Microhardness Testers
July 7, 2020
Home > Learn > Page 2 Microhardness testers are indispensable pieces of kit for materials scientists and process engineers around the world. They provide the means for investigating the various mechanical properties of myriad different material types, from creep deformation to viscoelasticity. Although operators can explore a wealth of physical characteristics via microhardness testing, one […]READ MORE
Micro Hardness Testing: Principles & Applications
July 13, 2020
Home > Learn > Page 2 Researchers employ countless tests in the search for new and improved engineering materials, from chemical screening to thermal analysis. The goal is to develop as robust an understanding as possible of the thermochemical and mechanical properties of the material in question. Micro hardness testing is fundamental to this process, […]READ MORE