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Announcements


2018.06.11 Dr. Jen Chieh Shiao publishs new research

Our collaborator Dr. Jen-Chieh Shiao from Institue of Oceanography, National Taiwan University used NanoSIMS to analyze the nitrogen isotopic composition on otolith of tilapia which was cultivated with 15N-enriched algae. The results indicate the nitrogen isotopic signature of food could be recorded into otolith in the same day.


2017.12.01 Talk in IES: oxygen isotopes in the early Solar System

Postdoc in UC berkley. Christine's talk


2016.08.08

We will be holding a one-day workshop at Institute of Earth Science on 17 August 2016. The aim of the workshop is to discuss some of the on-going and proposed NanoSIMS studies with our collaborators. There will be a Q&A session about sample preparation for future NanoSIMS users as well.

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2015.11.01

We will be hosting a 5-day training course for new NanoSIMS users from 16-20 November 2015. From SIMS theories to sample preparation, our postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Zan Peeters will discuss a whole range of topics, related to the NanoSIMS operation.


2015.04.15

We are pleased to announce that we will be holding "A Workshop for Friends of NanoSIMS" on 28 April 2015. There will be an invited talk by the developer of the NanoSIMS, F. Hillion, as well as presentations, regarding the instrument's applications for various sciences.

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Project Description


The NanoSIMS Laboratory was established by a cooperative effort between Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics and Institute of Earth Science of Academia Sinica. The laboratory is primarily designed to probe the early Solar System by analysing extraterrestrial and terrestrial samples with CAMECA's NanoSIMS 50L. Located in Interdisciplinary Research Building for Science and Technology, Academia Sinica, it is the first NanoSIMS in Taiwan and was installed as the 33rd NanoSIMS in the world in November 2013. The laboratory is involved in numerous interdisciplinary collaborations with both domestic and international research groups. Current research activities cover cosmo, geo, life and material sciences.

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