We've just shipped our 200th AXIS Supra generation X-ray photoelectron spectrometer. We're understandably proud of this milestone. The success of the AXIS Supra+ is built on over 50 years of experience in developing surface analysis instruments.
In a recently published article we have spoken to a number of our academic and industrial Users and asked what they use their instrument for. It's not difficult to conclude that XPS is one of the primary analytical tools used for materials characterisation.
The latest version of ESCApe Acquisition and Processing software is now available for systems already running on this software. It is important that ESCApe Users to upgrade to this latest version to benefit from additional software functionality.
We're exhibiting at ECASIA at the end of May. It offers the perfect opportunity for anyone interested in the latest developments from Kratos Analytical to discuss them face-to-face with Sales and Applications specialists. We're also presenting HAXPES Applications and Composition Analyses of Surface and Sub-Surface Interfaces - our latest work from our applications lab.
The pandemic has forced us to change the way we collaborate and share our scientific research. Is there a demand for in-person scientific conferences, meetings and exhibitions or has the move to virtual, online meetings replaced them? We're conducting a poll to gauge which meetings colleagues feel will be mots popular in the next 12 - 18 months.