Nanomechanics has extensive expertise in nanoindentation and nanomechanical characterization. Nanomechanics' principal mission is to enable our customers to evaluate and understand the...
Article - 20 May 2015
For a large number of applications, it is very important to consider mechanical properties at the nanoscale. A range of complementary AFM techniques are offered by Asylum Research in the NanomechPro...
News - 10 Dec 2013
Nanomechanics Inc. of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA, developers of the InSEM line of Nanoindenters for the characterization of material properties, has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with...
News - 25 Sep 2013
Nanomechanics, Inc. is proud to announce “NANO:30” - a year-long celebration marking thirty years of progress in nanomechanical instrumentation.
Warren Oliver and John Pethica...
News - 1 Apr 2016
The iNano nanoindenter now offers a Remote Video Option upgrade, giving labs a new window on materials testing
Nanomechanics Inc., a leading provider of tools used to test mechanical properties...
News - 5 Jan 2015
Applied mechanics is progressively becoming a subject of significant interest to various science and engineering disciplines, with growing research overlap in mechanical engineering, materials...
News - 30 Aug 2013
Nanomechanics, Inc. is proud to announce that the editors of R&D Magazine have recognized the company in two of the coveted R&D 100 Awards.
As previously announced, R&D Magazine...
News - 4 Jun 2013
Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments company, will host a new webinar on June 26, 2013, “Contact Resonance Tools for AFM Nanomechanics”. Dr. Donna Hurley, Project Leader at the...
News - 22 Oct 2012
Biologists have teamed up with mechanical engineers from the University of Texas at Dallas in cell research that provides information that may one day be used to engineer organs.
News - 20 Sep 2012
Bruker today announced the release of its new Nanomechanics package, which significantly expands Bio-AFM applications in mechanobiology research. The package includes new analysis models in PeakForce...