Specialist equipment and materials for scientists working at the nanoscale. Includes material synthesis, analytical equipment, and applications.
The new 7400-S Series vibrating sample magnetometer from Lake Shore Cryotronics builds on the capabilities of its popular 7400 Series VSM for improved performance when measuring a broad number of sample materials.
The ESS module is a single channel high voltage power supply in MMS-system (Eurocard format) with 2-quadrant capabilities. It can be used as unipolar current sink and source, which perfectly covers requirements of electron optical systems or capacitive loads.
The McPherson Spectral Test Station (STS) is for wavelength testing and calibration from LWIR to 200 nanometers and less. It is for sensor testing, process control, and calibration. It also works for ground-based calibration of flight sensors.
In response to a recent uptick in customer inquiries concerning additional training and user certifications, CRAIC Technologies is excited to bring on the holiday spirit early this year by offering for a limited time only MSP refresher training packages.
Photon etc is proud to launch the new LLTF Contrast X, a high resolution widely tunable filter. LLTF Contrast X provides sub-nm bandwidth with a custom spectral range.
The iseg NHS Power supply series is known for providing best high voltages with low ripple and noise at very high precision. Learn more about the intuitive front panel control with coloured TFT display in this short introduction video (link at bottom).
Virtual NanoLab (VNL) works as a graphical user interface for Atomistix ToolKit (ATK), but QuantumWise also develops extendable tools allowing VNL to act as a flexible graphical user interface (GUI) for other software packages apart from ATK.
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research Announces the Cypher ES Polymer Edition, an Atomic Force Microscope Optimized for Polymer Research
Due to the growing demands of polymer researchers who require fast, high resolution, and quantitative nanomechanical measurements, Oxford Instruments Asylum Research announces the Cypher™ ES Polymer Edition atomic force microscope (AFM).
JPK Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, announces the launch of their fourth generation of life science, market-leading AFM technology, the NanoWizard® 4 BioScience AFM.
The demand for the smallest possible positioners and manipulators is increasing. Industrial microassembly, photonics as well as laser and optical metrology or research institutes with ultrahigh vacuum conditions and strong magnetic fields need even smaller, high precision positioning systems.
Bodily functions: The new science of network physiology
Park Systems officially announced 1 million shares for its initial public offering on December 17th at KOSDAQ, which is a Korean version of NASDAQ, established in 1996 to be a capital supplier of venture and small and medium-sized businesses.The underwriter of the company is KB Investment & Securities Co. Ltd.
Nanosurf celebrated its 18th birthday on June 4, 2015.
Harvard's Philip Kim investigates mesoscale transport phenomena of low dimensional nanoscale materials with the Nanosurf Flex-Axiom AFM
Low dimensional materials are now of keen interest for many researchers in the materials and physical sciences.
Nanosurf now delivers Image Metrology’s SPIP™ software as a standard component of the C3000 Advanced Spectroscopy Option, and offers the renowned analysis program as optional software for its entire product range.
Scientists have developed a 3-D printing method capable of producing highly uniform ‘blocks’ of embryonic stem cells.
At first glance cement, cancer cells, interstellar dust, two-dimensional materials, billion-year-old microfossils, emulsions and the Kramers-Heisenberg-Dirac formula appear to have little if anything in common.
“Microscopy Made Easy” has been the Nanosurf slogan for many years and one of the guiding principles in product development since its founding days.
Park Systems and Stanford Nano Shared Facilities Present A Live Demo Workshop: The Latest Advances in Atomic Force Microscopy for Nanotechnology
Park Systems, world leader in Atomic Force Microscopes is partnering with the prestigious Stanford Nano Shared Facilities (SNSF), a highly advanced Nanotechnology multi disciplinary research facility, to provide a free workshop and live demo on Nov 10, 2015.
In addition to absorbance, reflectance, fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy of microscopic samples, the 20/30 PV™ gives you the ability to study photoluminescence spectroscopy. Photoluminescence spectra gives even more information about samples and delivers a more complete pictures of electronic structures.