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  • 28
    Jun
    'New technology about to break through'
    UAntwerp took part in large European project on organic photovoltaic cells.
  • 18
    Apr
    Scientists observe cause of continental drift
    UAntwerp physicists become the first to observe crystal deformations that confirm old theory.
  • 21
    Jan
    'Trapped' ions cause batteries to lose power
    Almost everyone has a mobile phone and the number of electric cars and bikes on our streets is growing constantly. But the Achilles' heel of these appliances is all too often their batteries. Although newer batteries are more powerful, they still tend to lose power when recharged frequently. Researchers from the University of Antwerp and the Collège de France recently identified the cause of this power loss.



EMAT Research Mission

EMAT is one of the leading electron microscopy centers in the world and has
a vast expertise in both fundamental and applied electron microscopy.

EMAT has several state of the art electron microscopes including two aberration corrected, high end FEI-Titan instruments, a dual beam FIB, an environmental SEM,...

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Electron Microscopy for Materials Science (EMAT) Groenenborgerlaan 171
2020 Antwerp
Tel. +32 (3) 265 32 62
staf.vantendeloo@uantwerpen.be