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    LUX Innovate is a technology development house with a focus on deploying their core expertise in light-based technologies to develop and commercialise novel detection solutions across...
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    PI (Physik Instrumente) is a leading manufacturer of precision motion control and automation equipment, including piezo motors, air bearing stages, piezo nanopositioning equipment, and hexapod 6-DOF...
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    Stensborg is a privately held company located in Roskilde, Denmark 30 minutes from Copenhagen Airport. We have served our clients for nearly 20 years producing holographic masters and imprinting...
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    Nanosurf is a leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopes and scanning tunneling microscopes. Our full range of AFM and STM products is trusted by professionals worldwide to help them visualize,...
  • News - 4 Nov 2009
    Picture the ultimate in miniaturization-functional machines built out of individual molecules, mere atoms in size. In a breakthrough development, researchers led by Christian Joachim from the A*STAR...
  • News - 27 Oct 2020
    Nanomechanics at Rice University and the University of Houston are getting ready to rev their engines for the second international Nanocar Race. While they'll have to pump the brakes for a bit...
  • News - 18 Feb 2016
    The new milk frother you are using to prepare your cappuccino is likely using magnetic gears. Magnetic gears transmit rotary motion like mechanical gears but instead of teeth they use magnetic...
  • News - 18 Jan 2013
    To live is to move. You strike to swat that irritable mosquito, which skilfully evades the hand of death. How did that happen? Who moved your hand, and what saved the mosquito? Enter the Molecular...
  • News - 12 Jan 2011
    Whether the object of attention is a novel aspect of the universe or an enigmatic and distant colleague, listening is key to nearly any effort to seek understanding. And not just with your ears....
  • News - 5 Nov 2009
    Can an intense laser rip photons into electron-positron pairs? Seeking to shed light on this burning question is the ELI ('Extreme light infrastructure') project, which received EUR 6 million...