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    For over 20 years, DME has successfully dealt with the development and manufacturing of atomic force microscopes. In this connection DME's key points are easy usability, manufacturing by...
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    The mission of AFM Workshop is to develop and market innovative AFM products and components for research, development, OEMs and education. They support their customers with workshops on the...
  • Article - 3 Aug 2016
    Dr. Neil Sarkar, President and Co-Founder of ICSPI and Duncan Strathearn, Director of Product Development at ICSPI talk to AZoNano about the world's first Mircroscopic Microscope, the new Single-Chip...
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    Nanotechnology is our field. Precision is our tradition. Innovation is our key instrument. That's why we are located in Switzerland, one of the most powerful and innovative areas in...
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    In September 2001, NSF selected Rensselaer as one of the six original sites nationwide for a new Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center (NSEC). As part of the U.S. National Nanotechnology...
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    Formerly known as Applied NanoMaterials, ApNano Materials is a leading nanotechnology company that is commercialising proprietary technology for nanospheres and nanotubes made from inorganic...
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    As a member of Chinese Society of Particuology, HMKTest has been operating under the brand AimSizer since 1997 with target of international high-end particle size test instrument market. The main...
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    100 years of Anton Paar A century: Great people | Great instruments The “Anton Paar” success story began on January 4, 1922, when Anton Paar started his metalworking shop. Back then, it...
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    Find out about this Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) and its high-resolution samples for life sciences, materials research, and nanotechnology.
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    The Nanosurf LensAFM is an atomic force microscope that continues where optical microscopes and profilometers reach their resolution limits.