Quick Stories of Personal Achievement and Scientific Discovery Involving 3D X-ray Imaging

From students to post-docs, to professors and research scientists, X-ray microscopy is transforming the way people understand 3D morphology at the microscopic scale.

Enjoy the video series to learn how scientists in diverse fields are using XRM to make new discoveries and advance their research careers.

Dr. Ria Mitchell

Experimental Officer
Sheffield Tomography Centre, University of Sheffield

Research areas

  • Biomaterials & Biomimetics
  • Plus diverse topics in a shared use facility
  • Dr. Nancy Muyanja

    X-ray & Electron Microscopy Specialist
    Michigan Center for Materials Characterization
    University of Michigan

    Research areas

  • Engineering materials
  • Dr. Sridhar Niverty

    Post-Doctoral Research Associate
    School of Materials Engineering, Purdue University
    (now at Pacific Northwest National Lab)

    Research areas

  • 4D materials science
  • Engineering materials
  • Keith Duncan

    Research Scientist
    Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

    Research areas

  • Plant science
  • Paul Choi

    PhD Candidate
    Laboratory for Transport Phenomena in Energy Systems, Carnegie Mellon University

    Research areas

  • Energy materials
  • Dr. Gianluca Tozzi

    Reader
    ZEISS Global Centre, University of Portsmouth

    Research areas

  • Bioengineering
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    A snapshot of some of the XRM results presented by contributors to the 2021 North America X-ray Microscopy User Meeting

    Nicholas May and Yara Suleiman

    PhD Candidates
    REFINE Lab
    University of Connecticut

    Research areas

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Biomedical engineering
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