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  • Article - 11 Apr 2013
    It seems that the University of Minnesota is committed to work in nanotechnology and consequently should keep producing new developments. Minnesota is also a leading light in the medical devices...
  • Article - 25 Mar 2013
    Michigan is situated in the Great Lakes and Midwestern region of the US. As of 2011, it has a population of 9,876,187 and encompasses a total land area of 250,493 km2.
  • Article - 19 Mar 2013
    In 1935, Max Knoll created the first scanning electron microscope (SEM). His design was further worked upon by Manfred von Ardenne over the next few years.
  • Article - 18 Mar 2013
    In materials science, bioengineering and nanotechnology sectors where the use of highly sensitive instruments and equipement such as scanning probe microscopes (SPMs) are very common, even very small...
  • Article - 7 Mar 2013
    Industrial manufacturing is an important part of their economy with petroleum and transportation equipment being the largest manufacturing sectors.
  • Article - 19 Feb 2013
    Since the passing of its General Corporation Act in 1899, it has steadily grown as a key industrial state. As of 2012, well over half of all Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware.
  • Article - 5 Feb 2013
    Research instruments are affected by vibrations in many different ways. Vibrations can deteriorate image quality for imaging tools by blurring the image or generating jagged lines along the edges of...
  • Article - 31 Dec 2012
    There are a wide range of nanoscale imaging tools that include microscopic methods such as scanning probe microscopy (SPM), electron microscopy (EM), high resolution optical microscopy as well as...
  • Article - 2 Sep 2012
    On average, anti-counterfeiting technologies become obsolete after 18 months. Nanotechnology could hold the key to product identification tags which are truly impossible to replicate, giving genuine...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2012
    Next generation sequencing technologies like nanopore sequencing are opening up new commercial applications for genomics, and nanotechnology is making it happen.