CASP invest in the Energy Transition
CASP has recently acquired a Zeiss EVO-15 MA Scanning Electron Microscope, complete with an Oxford Instruments Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy X-Max20 (EDS) detector. In the coming weeks an upgrade to both the EDS detector and its associated software will automate mineral identification.
CASP’s investment in this instrument will augment our established expertise in field-based research with a powerful in-house analytical capacity, enabling us to diversify our research to address a number of energy transition research topics.
We thank our collaborators Rocktype for their assistance with the SEM acquisition.
7 September 2021