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    Nano Cluster Devices Limited has developed novel methods for taking clusters of atoms and forming them into electrically conducting wires. These wires are so small they can only be seen with the aid...
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    General Nanotechnology (GN) has created and is developing hardware and software that provides advanced capabilities in imaging, nano-manipulation, nano-fabrication, nano-spectro-photometry, near field...
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    The mission of the Center is to work on real-world problems that can potentially be solved with appropriate nano-enabled technologies. The Center draws heavily on expertise from departments across the...
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    Our company was established in 2001 as a spin out company from the Center for Precision Metrology at UNC at Charlotte. Our quality products focus on extracting or manipulationing nanoscale information...
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    NanoFeel is producing and commercializing manipulators for Atomic Force Microscopes, enabling manipulation at the nanometric scale. NanoFeel™300 is a force feedback manipulator allowing exceptional...
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    Ingeniatrics S.L. was founded on 2001 by researchers from the University of Seville (Spain) to exploit a technological platform for fluid manipulation at micro- and nano-scale. Ingeniatrics...
  • Article - 14 Nov 2003
    Physik Instrumente, (PI) has introduced the world's smallest multi-axis, closed-loop, piezo nano-manipulation and scanning stage family. Posted August 20 2003
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    Imina Technologies is a privately held company founded in 2009 to exploit more than ten years of research in high precision robotics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne,...
  • News - 7 Apr 2014
    Renowned researcher in ultrasonic engineering, Dr Junhui Hu, has published his latest book "Ultrasonic Micro/Nano Manipulations " with World Scientific. Ultrasonic manipulation of...
  • News - 27 Aug 2013
    Basel Physicists in collaboration with Dutch researchers have demonstrated a new method for polarizing nuclear spins in extremely small samples. By Monitoring and controlling spin fluctuations, the...