Oxford Instruments is proud to announce that its NanoAnalysis division has won the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2019 for the Ultim® Extreme detector system.
Being able to offer cryogen free systems where the cooling stages that would have traditionally relied on liquid cryogens have been replaced by a closed cycle refrigerator that is powered by electricity, has enabled customers from all over the world identify new applications that were previously not possible.
During the production of a metal, the manufacturing process is marked by careful regulation of the mechanical properties of the wrought metal. However, these may undergo change later on when the wrought metal is shaped into the end product.
With the topic of HiPerNano 2018 being Clean Growth, the researchers and industrialist speakers were keen to share their findings on how nanotechnology can help to overcome environmental challenges, including nanotechnology in clean mobility and the development of environmentally friendly nanomaterials.
How Graphite Can Help to Get the Most Energy Out of Your Battery?
By Matt Rafferty
What are the Effects of the Aspect Ratio and Tip Sharpness of an AFM Probe
From Nu Nano Ltd.
Quantum Computing - Is it the Future?
By Meet A. Moradiya
Thin Film Measurement on Angled Surfaces
How Does Buckminsterfullerene Allow for Greater Mechanical Strength in Different Objects?
By Isabelle Robinson
Heat Transfer Properties of Nanoparticles
By Dr. Liji Thomas
Researchers Use Carbon Nanotube Templates to Produce Isolated TMM Nanowires
Researchers Develop New Graphene-Enabled Photodetector that is Highly Sensitive and Fast
Researchers Engineer Artificial Atoms that Function at Room Temperature
New Nanofiber Yarn Could Help in Healing Injured Muscles and Tendons
Oxford Instruments Wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2019
From Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis
A compact XYZ nanopositioning system for fast active alignment
From PI (Physik Instrumente) LP
Scientists Use Near-Infrared Light and Injected DNA Nanodevice to Guide Stem Cells to a Wound
Hybrid Magnetic-Plasmonic Elements Facilitate Contactless, Selective Temperature Control in Magnetic Metamaterials
This is in a interview in which we speak to Richard Baxter from Novocarbon about the optimum materials and methods to create battery storage that lasts.
In this interview, Erik Runge, Director of Engineering at Minus K Technology talks to AZoNano about their range of Negative-Stiffness Vibration Isolators and why they are the preferred solution for Nanotechnology applications.
The Graphene Council is the largest Community for graphene professionals, producers, research application developers and end-users in the world. In this interview, Terrance Barkan, Executive Director from The Graphene Council talks to AZoNano about their 2019 Bulk Graphene Market Report and what is
This page details the capabilities and uses of the PB1000 Mechanical Tester which allows one to two modules on a single system.
This product profile describes how to detect Panchromatic and RGB Cathodoluminesence for SEM.
This page details the capabilities of the Jupiter XR AFM, a large-sample atomic force microscope.
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