Insplorion, a privately held company based in Gothenburg, Sweden, is dedicated to accelerate our customers’ research by providing them with a new powerful tool – Nanoplasmonic Sensing. This gives their customers the ability to follow nano-scale processes in real-time, with extreme sensitivity. The company develop systems for some of the most prestigious national laboratories, universities and corporations.
Insplorion's technical team consists of truly world-leading actors in the field of plasmonics and they are always happy to discuss potential applications for your research. In business since 2008, Insplorion’s commitment to exceeding client expectations has earned them a reputation as a premier provider of instrument systems based on Nanoplasmonic Sensing.
Using Indirect Nanoplasmonic Sensing (INPS) in the Optical Nanocalorimetry of Catalytic Reactions
Investigating Nanoparticle Sintering Using Indirect Nanoplasmonic Sensing (INPS)
Professor Andre Nel
In this interview, AZoNano speaks with Professor Andre Nel about his involvement in innovative research describing the development of a 'glass bubble' nanocarrier that could help drug formulations access pancreatic cancer cells.
Jingang Li, Ph.D.
In this interview, AZoNano speaks with Jingang Li from the University of California, Berkley, who offers an introduction to the Nobel Prize-winning technology, Optical Tweezers.
Steve Kosier, Ph.D.
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