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Global Atomic Spectroscopy Market Forecast to Grow at 7.01% CAGR

Global Atomic Spectroscopy Market Forecast to Grow at 7.01% CAGR

Atomic spectroscopy is a technique used to analyze the elemental composition of an analyte by its electromagnetic or mass spectrum. This analysis is conducted with the help of spectral instruments by measuring the radiation intensity as a function of wavelength. The spectral instruments used in atomic spectroscopy are referred to as spectrometers or spectral analyzers. [More]
Scientists Capture High Resolution Pictures of Nascent Nanotubes

Scientists Capture High Resolution Pictures of Nascent Nanotubes

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), along with Texas A&M and the University of Maryland, have successfully taken the first pictures of baby nanotubes when they were just a few atoms old. This collaborative study was carried out to better understand the factors that affect the formation of nanotubes. The results of the study have been published online in Nano Letters. [More]
Bruker Releases UMT TriboLab Mechanical Testing Platform

Bruker Releases UMT TriboLab Mechanical Testing Platform

At the 2014 MRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit, Bruker today announced the release of the UMT TriboLab™, the latest generation of the world-leading Universal Mechanical Tester (UMT) platform. [More]
Launch of Nikon International Center of Microscopy and Excellence in Latin America

Launch of Nikon International Center of Microscopy and Excellence in Latin America

The scientific community of Argentina has much to celebrate with the inauguration of the Max Planck Laboratory for Structural Biology, Chemistry and Molecular Biophysics of Rosario (MPLbioR) at the Rosario National University (UNR). [More]
Imperia Photoluminescence System from Nanometrics for Production of Advanced Compound Semiconductors

Imperia Photoluminescence System from Nanometrics for Production of Advanced Compound Semiconductors

Nanometrics Incorporated, a leading provider of advanced process control metrology and inspection systems, today announced the launch of its latest photoluminescence (PL) system, Imperia™, for advanced compound semiconductor manufacturing. [More]
New Tool to Generate Editable Models of Mid-Size Biological Structures

New Tool to Generate Editable Models of Mid-Size Biological Structures

Researchers can now explore viruses, bacteria and components of the human body in more detail than ever before with software developed at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI). [More]
New Method Explains Structural Changes of Ultra-Short X-Ray Flashes

New Method Explains Structural Changes of Ultra-Short X-Ray Flashes

Researchers at the Technische Universität München have developed a new method which is able to investigate the intensity of X-ray flashes in order to improve spatial and temporal resolution. [More]
New Bench-Top NMR Spectrometer with Multi-Nuclear Capability from Nanalysis

New Bench-Top NMR Spectrometer with Multi-Nuclear Capability from Nanalysis

Nanalysis is very excited to announce their newest bench-top NMR spectrometer, the NMReady 60 Pro. With its multi-nuclear capability and increased sensitivity, the NMReady 60 Pro raises the bar for NMR performance on the bench-top. The new product boasts support for proton, fluorine, phosphorus, boron, lithium, and carbon nuclei, a sub 1 Hz resolution, hetero-nuclear 2D experiments, and a sensitivity of 100:1 (single scan, 1% EtB). [More]
Global Nanotechnology in Energy Applications Market Forecast to Grow at 49.2% CAGR

Global Nanotechnology in Energy Applications Market Forecast to Grow at 49.2% CAGR

About Micro CHP systems: The study and control of substance and processes at the nanoscale is known as nanotechnology. This field is cross-disciplinary in nature with applications in medicine, biology, material science, chemistry and physics. [More]
Radboud University Biomolecular Systems Researcher wins Mildred Dresselhaus Award

Radboud University Biomolecular Systems Researcher wins Mildred Dresselhaus Award

Dr. Anouk Rijs, researcher at the Molecular and biophysics group at Radboud University, has been awarded a Mildred Dresselhaus Award which includes a guest professorship. These awards are given each year by the Hamburg Centre for Ultrafast Imaging (CUI) to two internationally outstanding female scientists. Rijs is awarded the junior ‘young star’ award. [More]