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Veeco's BioScope II AFM Aids Cell Biology Researchers at University of Pennsylvania

Virginia Tech Researcher Aims to Develop Imaging with Resolution of One Nanometer

FEI Demonstrates Table-Top Scanning Electron Microscope for Advancing Science Education

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New Class of Nanomaterials Could Lead to More Efficient Solar Cells, Brighter LEDs

Argonne Lab Develop Advanced Concept in Nanoscale Catalyst Engineering

Researchers Create Material That Reflects Virtually No Light and Could Lead To Efficient Solar Cells, Brighter LEDs

Chemists Design Unique Structure to Capture the Movement of Atoms

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