1. What is Multiscale CT?
By bringing together various state-of-the-art CT scanners under one roof, Multiscale CT allows the user to run CT scans at various spatial resolutions - ranging from mm to sub 50nm. The concept is best understood by the figure below (click to view full size), which shows the typical samples at different resolutions and also the CT scanner usable at that scale.
Relatively thick samples (with thickness of several mm) to thin samples (few microns thick) may be imaged at extremely high resolution. This is made possible by the bringing together of various CT scanners under one roof:
2. What are the scanners available at SAM-CT?
See Available Facilities webpage.
3. How can I schedule time with the scanners?
To schedule a time to perform a scan, please visit the Schedule Instrument webpage.
4. How much does it cost to use the facility?
Visit the Facility Fees webpage.
5. Where is the lab located?
Details in Lab Location webpage.
6. How is SAM-CT Facility contributing to the advancement of research?
7. Do I need to be trained to use the scanners?
Yes, visit the Training page for details.