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Opening of First Nanotechnology Lab for AFM in India Announced by Oxford Instruments Asylum Research

Published on July 22, 2014 at 10:58 AM

Oxford Instruments Asylum Research announces the opening of its first Nanotechnology Lab for Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) in India.

The new lab is located at the Oxford Instruments India headquarters in Mumbai and adds to the range of industrial analysis tools available for demonstration. The AFM lab is staffed by a dedicated business manager, Manju Kumar, and AFM applications scientist, Kishore Kumar. Oxford Instruments is committed to offering its customers high quality products and services that meet their high standards. This lab is an initiative to meet this commitment and provide the same high standard of service to Indian researchers.

Asylum Research is known for their technology leadership in AFM, ranging from the affordable MFP-3D Origin AFM to the most advanced Cypher ES, the highest resolution fast scanning AFM that also features full environmental control. Leading research laboratories around for world choose Asylum Research AFMs for applications ranging from materials research to bioscience because of their high performance, versatility, and unmatched customer support. The goal of the new AFM lab in India is to help researchers choose the best AFM for their research and then provide them with exceptional customer support from the knowledgeable local sales and applications team.

The AFM Lab in India is equipped with the MFP-3D™ Classic and the MFP-3D Origin™ for demonstration. The MFP-3D Origin, the most affordable member, offers high performance equal to the MFP-3D Classic and an impressive selection of options and operating modes. It also offers full upgrade potential. The MFP-3D Classic offers maximum versatility with the widest range accessories for nanomechanical and nanoelectrical characterization and powerful environmental control capabilities. 

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