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02/27/2014 @ Materials360 Online
New Method to Image Biomolecules Employs Graphene Sandwiches

02/10/2014 @ Microscopy & Analysis Editorial
Graphene boosts biomolecule imaging

02/07/2014 @ IEEE SPECTRUM
Graphene Sandwich Enables Clear Images of Biomolecules

02/05/2014 @ MTU NEWS
It’s the Water: Graphene Balloon Yields Unprecedented Images of Hydrated Protein Molecules

02/04/2014 @ UIC NEWS
Graphene ‘sandwich’ improves imaging of biomolecules

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Welcome to the Nanoscale Physics Group at the University of Illinois at Chicago!
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The Nanoscale Physics Group is the research group of Professor Robert F. Klie. Our research interests are focused on the structure-property relationships of defects and interfaces in nano-scale materials, such as Li iron battery materials, magnetic oxides, superconducting oxides and borides,structural ceramic, and heterogeneous nano-catalysts, as well as structures and reations of sample in liquid.

Our analytic techniques include atomic-resolution imaging and spectroscopy in a Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM), Z-contrast imaging, and high energy-resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS). Our instruments are housed in the Research Resources Center (RRC) at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and include the aberration-corrected JEOL ARM-200CF TEM/STEM, the JEOL JEM3010, and the aberration-corrected VG HB-601UX.

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Edit by G.Yang
Modified by Q.Qiao; C.Wang