Insights from Industry
'Insights from Industry', a dynamic series of interviews at the cutting edge of the nanotechnology industry. Every interviewee is a leader in their particular field and is hand-picked to give an informative and accessible insight into their chosen field. These interviews are guaranteed to keep you in the know in a rapidly changing industry.
An interview about the formation of NuNano and microscopy with Mervyn Miles, co-founder of NuNano.
In this interview Brian O'Connor speaks to AZoNano about how piezo controller design influences thermal stability.
AZoNano talks to Norman Luechinger, CTO of Avantama AG, about the developments of next generation QD pixel based LCD displays and other quantum dot applications.
VSPARTICLE have developed a new instrument that uses spark ablation to produce particular nanoparticles, of a set size distribution, all in one afternoon.
Quick and effective evaluation of biologics for aggregation and stability is needed to proceed with maximum confidence to the next stages of preclinical development and clinical trials.
Atmosphere from Protochips is a powerful new way to analyse catalyst samples in gas environments. It is the first commercial product to control high pressure gas experiments inside transmission electron microscopes (TEM).
Dr. Zina Jarrahi Cinker, Executive Director of the National Graphene Association (NGA), talks to AZoNano about the current state of the graphene market and how global standards can help sercure the materials future.
DR. Madeline J. Dukes, an Application Scientist from Protochips talks to AZoNano about their range of products, that are pushing the boundaries for laboratories who in the past where challenged when it came to in situ TEM tools.
In this interview, Wes Wigglesworth, Product Manager from Technical Manufacturing Corporation (TMC) talks to AZoNano about their new product the SEM-Base VI.
In this interview Steve Ryan, Divisional Vice President from Technical Manufacturing Corporation (TMC) talks to AZoNano about the importance of adding vibration control to Nano-Tech Facilities. In the past, buildings that have been designed to be extremely quiet still suffer from vibration when the building is populated with equipment and people.