Studies of extraterrestrial atmospheres are enhanced with atomic force microscopy – a scanning probe microscope boasting extremely high resolutions, which make it possible to perform advanced particle analysis at the nanoscale.
Developing and Producing Specialty Materials for Printed Electronics
Next Generation Quantum Dot Pixel Based LCD Displays
Applications of Quantum Dots in Displays
Graphene-Based Polymer Composites and Their Industrial Applications
From The Sixth Element (Changzhou) Materials Technology Co.,Ltd.
Discovering a New Form Of Magnetism in 'Magnetic Graphene'
By Joan Nugent
Atomic Force Microscopy: New Developments and Advances
On-Surface Synthesis of Graphene Molecules and Their Superlattices
The First Graphene-Enhanced Concrete Hits the Market
Graphene with Artificial Magnetic Texture Could Enable More Robust Electronic Devices
Precision Motion and Automation Sub-Systems Virtual Demos for Photonics West 2021
From Physik Instrumente (PI) GmbH & Co KG
Announcing COMSOL Days 2021: 40+ Online Events on Multiphysics Simulation
From COMSOL, Inc.
Fine Steering Mirrors Provide High Speed and Precision Control for Free Space Optical Laser Communications
Nanobowls are a Potential Way to Deliver Treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease
Samuel Halim, CEO and founder of Avantama AG, talks to AZoNano about the advances in quantum dot technology for the display industry.
Dr. Matthew Coak
AZoNano speaks with Dr. Matthew Coak from the University of Warwick and the University of Cambridge, leader of an international team that has identified a new form of magnetism in so-called magnetic graphene.
In this interview, AZoNano talks to Eduard Weichselbaumer, Senior Executive at PrimeNano, about the work they do in the Atomic Force Microscopy Field and the advances the company is making.
This product describes the Low-Temperature Module (LTM_CRYO) for Power Sensors.
The NF120 by SEC is a non-destructive analysis system for wafer level packaging.
Portable on-line shape analyzer system that can serve as a temporary or dedicated system to monitor size, shape in real-time: Pi PMS