Utilising a wide range of techniques CSMA interrogate surfaces, layer systems and interfaces of most materials. Working with clients to solve problems, as part of a quality control system, to...
Evex Analytical Instruments Inc. is the premier manufacturer of scientific instrumentation for electron microscopy and nanotechnolgy. Established in Princeton, NJ in 1993, Evex pioneered the...
Energetiq is a developer and manufacturer of advanced short wavelength light
sources that enable nano-scale structures and products. Used in complex scientific
and engineering applications,...
piezosystem jena is a worldwide supplier of high precision nanopositioning equipment. Our piezoelectric ceramic based actuating systems and stages are mainly used for micro positioning and...
The Centre of Excellence in Metrology for Micro and Nano
Technologies (CEMMNT) delivers comprehensive measurement,
characterisation and analytical solutions. From single measurements to
AXT is Australia’s leading supplier of analytical instruments and sample preparation equipment. Their product range caters to the materials, mining, nanotechnology, life sciences and...
Bruker X-Ray Analysis designs and manufactures analytical X-ray systems for elemental analysis, materials research and structural investigations. Our innovative solutions enable a wide range of...
HORIBA Scientific, the analytical instruments division of Horiba Ltd, have announced the worldwide launch of its new generation of X-Ray microscopes the XGT-5000. Posted Ocotber 8 2003
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=107 | 13 Nov 2003
In perhaps no other scientific field does the adage “form follows function” hold more true than in biology, especially the biology of living cells, which is why our knowledge of cells...
http://www.azonano.com/news.aspx?newsID=26724 | 27 Feb 2013
Groundbreaking work by scientists from Switzerland, Finland and Germany has
lead to a new world record in X-ray microscopy. For the first time ever, features
below 10 nanometres (nm) in width...
http://www.azonano.com/news.aspx?newsID=13892 | 30 Sep 2009