Article - 20 Mar 2018
Fringe conference can be traced to the automatic processing of fringe patterns. The term “patterns” evokes an image of flowing lines elegantly wrapped around surface contours.
Article - 16 Jun 2017
A number of processes in automation, production and research depend on precisely moving, adjusting and aligning optics, tools and components.
Article - 5 Jun 2017
The Anasys nanoIR3 AFM-IR spectrometer allows scientists to observe, image and characterize 2D materials at the nanoscale.
Article - 6 Feb 2004
An MIT device that makes the world's most precise rulers-with “ticks” only a few hundred billionths of a meter apart-could impact fields from the manufacture of computer chips to space physics. Posted...
Article - 3 Sep 2018
A number of articles have been written to illustrate how automating scanning electron microscopy (SEM) imaging can save precious time for both researchers and operators.
Article - 27 Aug 2018
This article examines how different nanomaterials can be used in optical fiber sensors for medical applications.
Article - 22 Mar 2017
Researchers around the world have successfully applied nanowires for sensor and light-emitting diode technologies.
Article - 22 Sep 2006
AIST has obtained results which reverse the conventional wisdom that superconducting films formed by processes needing a vacuum atmosphere are of high performance but expensive, while superconducting...
Article - 26 May 2005
Optical tweezers use light and lasers to manipulate objects as small as a single atom, and are mainly used by biological scientists to study DNA and molecular motors. How optical tweezers work,...
Article - 3 Mar 2004
In the last 10 years, there has been a great increase in synthesis, characterization, and application of innovative porous materials for catalysis, separation, and sensors.