NANOLANE is specialized in optical solutions at nanoscale and commercializes characterization tools based on the label-free patented SEEC (Surface Enhanced Ellipsometry Contrast) optical technique which extends the analysis possibilities of regular optical systems in the field of nanotechnologies. The SEEC Microscopy is the only technique to provide the visualization and the topographic study of nanometric samples in air and in water:
without any labeling
with a sub-micrometric lateral resolution (<300nm).
These main features make the SEEC Microscopy a powerful and perfectly adapted technique for any sample analysis especially, in the field of organic and biological samples.
Nanolane also offers adapted solutions for AFM, RAMAN,… users through dedicated SEEC slides and the design and manufacture of high-resolution optical systems for precise and fast RoI localization.
Nanolane belongs to éolane whose main activity is the design and fabrication of professional electronic products. Éolane gathers more than 3300 employees in 24 companies worldwide.
Nanolane Launch the Latest Generation of their Sarfus Mapping Stations for Label-Free Nanoscale Imaging
Nanolane Presents Research on SEEC Microscopy for Biomolecular Recognition Using T-Surfs
Nanolane Reports on Bacterial Slime Study Using T-Surfs Slides
Nanolane Launch Innovative Measurement Solution for Relected Light Microscopes
SEEC Microscopy Provides Unexpected Information About the Behaviour of Labelled Lipids
Nanolane Sets Up Demonstration Centre in China
Nanolane Install SARFUS 3D Mapping System at ENSSAT
Nanolane Launch SARFUS-3D for Characterizing Nanometric Samples in Water
Professor Andre Nel
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Jingang Li, Ph.D.
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Steve Kosier, Ph.D.
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