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    EDAX is the global leader in Energy Dispersive X-ray Microanalysis, Electron Backscatter Diffraction, X-ray Metrology analyzers and Micro X-ray Fluorescence systems. EDAX manufactures, markets and...
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    Gatan, Inc. is the world's leading manufacturer of instrumentation and software used to enhance and extend the operation and performance of electron microscopes. Gatan's products, which are...
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    Affymetrix' GeneChip® technology was invented in the late 1980's by a team of scientists lead by Stephen P.A. Fodor, Ph.D. The theory behind their work was revolutionary - a notion that semiconductor...
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    The Group has a well established experience in the growth, characterization and processes of semiconductors and insulating materials. In the last period, noticeable know-how was gained concerning with...
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    Minus K® Technology, Inc. was founded in 1993 to develop, manufacture and market our state-of-the-art vibration isolation products based on our patented negative-stiffness-mechanism technology....
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    Microsaic is a high technology company developing and marketing next generation analysers based on Ionchip technology. Microsaic was formed in 2001 with technology developed at Imperial College...
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    With modern techniques such as Scanning Probe Microscopy, Optical Profiling, Scanning Electron Microscopy, and Photoelectronspectroscopy we are able to analyze...
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    Innovations of Leningrad Institutes and Enterprises, Closed Joint Stock Company (ILIP CJSC) was founded in 1989. Since 2002, ILIP has been working on the systemic development of carbon...
  • Article - 11 Jul 2006
    The biomedical industry is Australia's strongest biotechnology sub-sector. Australian capabilities in the biomedical sub-sector are particularly focused on products such as therapeutics, diagnostics,...
  • Article - 12 Nov 2018
    This article discusses using SKPM to analyze electrical properties of metal, semiconductor device surfaces, organic and biological materials.