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    Founded in 1989, Digital Surf is a leading provider of innovative solutions for micro and nano-surface metrology for use in research laboratory, industrial and production environments. Our company is...
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    Asylum Research is the technology leader in atomic force probe microscopy (AFM) for both materials and bioscience applications.  Founded in 1999, we are dedicated to innovative instrumentation...
  • News - 5 Aug 2009
    To use hydrogen as a clean energy source, some engineers want to pack hydrogen into a larger molecule, rather than compressing the gas into a tank. A gas flows easily out of a tank, but getting...
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    NanoChem Holdings Pty Ltd develops chemical industry and waste water treatment technologies. NanoChem is commercialising 10 years of research at the University of Queensland and other Australian...
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    Graphenea is a leading graphene producer for industrial and research needs. Graphenea has developed a leading synthesis and transfer process to obtain high uniformity monolayer graphene films on any...
  • News - 4 Nov 2015
    A graphene-based gas sensor has been developed. The sensor uses boron-doped graphene to detect toxic gases such as ammonia and nitrogen oxides with up to 10,000 times more sensitivity than current...
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    Meliorum Technologies is a privately held company which manufactures a broad range of cutting edge nanomaterials and nanomaterial-based application precursors to satisfy the stringent technical...
  • News - 4 Jun 2010
    Extending its reach into the Chinese thin-film display market, Linde LienHwa (LLH), a subsidiary of the technology company The Linde Group, today announced the award of a new gas contract by BOE...
  • News - 9 Oct 2015
    In the world of catalytic science and technology, the hunt is always on for catalysts that are inexpensive, highly active, and environmentally friendly. Recent efforts have focused on combining...
  • News - 19 Jan 2015
    One way of removing harmful nitrate from drinking water is to catalyse its conversion to nitrogen. This process suffers from the drawback that it often produces ammonia. By using palladium...