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Bruker Launches Second Generation Inspire for Nanoscale Chemical Mapping

Bruker Launches Second Generation Inspire for Nanoscale Chemical Mapping

Bruker today announced the release of its second-generation Inspire?infrared (IR) nanocharacterization system, which features 10-nanometer spatial resolution infrared chemical mapping in an easy-to-use, laser-safe package. [More]
High-Speed AFM Helps Image Physical Properties of Live Breast Cancer Cells

High-Speed AFM Helps Image Physical Properties of Live Breast Cancer Cells

Researchers who developed a high-speed form of atomic force microscopy have shown how to image the physical properties of live breast cancer cells, for the first time revealing details about how deactivation of a key protein may lead to metastasis. [More]
DCG Systems Acquires Atomic Force-Based Nanoprobing Solutions Provider, MultiProbe

DCG Systems Acquires Atomic Force-Based Nanoprobing Solutions Provider, MultiProbe

DCG Systems?announced today that it has acquired the assets of MultiProbe? the leading provider of atomic force-based nanoprobing solutions for the semiconductor industry. [More]
Keysight Technologies Introduces 9500 AFM With Integrated Software and Hardware for Ultrafast Scan Rates

Keysight Technologies Introduces 9500 AFM With Integrated Software and Hardware for Ultrafast Scan Rates

Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) today announced the availability of the ultrafast-scanning 9500 atomic force microscope. The Keysight 9500 AFM system seamlessly integrates new software, a new high-bandwidth digital controller, and a state-of-the-art mechanical design to provide unrivaled scan rates of up to 2 sec/frame (256x256 pixels). [More]
Researchers Conduct Atomic-Scale Experiments and Simulations of Friction at Overlapping Speeds

Researchers Conduct Atomic-Scale Experiments and Simulations of Friction at Overlapping Speeds

Working together to study friction on the atomic scale, researchers at UC Merced and the University of Pennsylvania have conducted the first atomic-scale experiments and simulations of friction at overlapping speeds. [More]
JPK Reports the Exploration of Living Cells Using Nanoscale and Single Molecule SPM Techniques at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

JPK Reports the Exploration of Living Cells Using Nanoscale and Single Molecule SPM Techniques at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

JPK Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, reports on the use of their NanoWizard® 3 AFM system at the Université catholique de Louvain where it is used by the nanobio team to look at the nanoscopy of living cells. [More]
Atomic Force-Based Nanoprobing Solutions Provider, MultiProbe, Acquired by DCG Systems

Atomic Force-Based Nanoprobing Solutions Provider, MultiProbe, Acquired by DCG Systems

DCG Systems® announced today that it has acquired the assets of MultiProbe™, the leading provider of atomic force-based nanoprobing solutions for the semiconductor industry. MultiProbe was founded in 2001 to address the growing needs of failure analysis (FA) engineers and to help the industry find solutions for device technology development. DCG's MultiProbe operations will remain in Santa Barbara, California. [More]
New Report on Global Scanning Probe Microscopy Market

New Report on Global Scanning Probe Microscopy Market

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The Global Scanning Probe Microscopy Market to 2025" report to their offering. [More]
Researchers Reduce Thickness of Solar Cell to 70nm

Researchers Reduce Thickness of Solar Cell to 70nm

Researchers at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have eliminated problematic pinholes in the top layer of next-generation solar cells in development. At the same time, they have significantly improved the lifetime of the solar cell and made it thinner. The findings were recently published in Scientific Reports. [More]
DNA Nanostructures Assembled in Waterless Solvent

DNA Nanostructures Assembled in Waterless Solvent

Scientists around the world are using the programmability of DNA to assemble complex nanometer-scale structures. Until now, however, production of these artificial structures has been limited to water-based environments, because DNA naturally functions inside the watery environment of living cells. [More]