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  • Article - 21 Oct 2003
    Lehigh University scientists have found that nanoscopic cracks on the surface of glassware may spoil its transparency and make it appear dirty. Posted October 21 2003
  • Supplier Profile
    With over forty years experience as a leading international supplier, Agar Scientific specialises in consumables and equipment in support of all forms of microscopy. Our aim is to meet the needs of...
  • Equipment
    Agar Scientific offers a complete range of high quality microscope slides and coverslips. The glass is exposed to stringent quality processes so as to ensure flatness without defects or impurities.
  • Supplier Profile
    For over 45 years, Sutter Instrument has been a recognized global leader in the design, and manufacture of specialized biomedical research instrumentation essential to biomedical research and emerging...
  • Equipment
    Sutter Instrument Company, in addition to the finest micropipette pullers available, offers a wide selection of high quality capillary glasses in various sizes and materials.
  • News - 13 Feb 2012
    Two techniques for fabricating gold monolayers, which are thin films of nanoparticles, have been devised by scientists at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy (IPC PAS) in Warsaw....
  • News - 9 Aug 2010
    Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology), global developer and exclusive licensor of patented hydrophobic nanotechnologies, announced today the completion of its largest all-glass vapor...
  • News - 27 Jan 2010
    Nanophase Technologies Corporation (Nasdaq: NANX), a technology leader in the development of advanced nanoengineered products, today launched NanoUltra™ Super Hydrophilic Window Technology,...
  • Article - 23 Aug 2012
    Nanotechnology is though of as a recent development in science, but we have been using the advantageous properties of nanoscale materials for centuries.
  • News - 5 May 2015
    Researchers at the University of Houston have created an optical lens that can be placed on an inexpensive smartphone to magnify images by a magnitude of 120, all for just 3 cents a...