Specialist equipment and materials for scientists working at the nanoscale. Includes material synthesis, analytical equipment, and applications.
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).
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).
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.
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TOPTICA expands their portfolio of ultrafast fiber-basedlaser systems.
Hamamatsu Photonics introduces a new Photo IC diode, the S11154-201CT, with spectral response characteristics designed to closely match that of the human eye.
New McPherson CCD-UV Absorbance Spectrophotometer extends capabilities to deep ultraviolet and at faster time scales
(Toyohashi, Japan, 25 June 2014) Toyohashi Tech researchers have developed a simple, low-loss waveguide for Surface Plasmon Polaritons (SPPs) that is applicable to nanoscale photonic integrated circuits on silicon.
New analytical solution brings nanoscale chemical imaging to new levels of ease and automation.
School of Physics at the University of Bristol and Oxford Instruments sign a Memorandum of Understanding.
On the 20th of August, the School of Physics at the University of Bristol signed a memorandum of understanding with Oxford Instruments, a leading provider of high technology tools and systems for industry and research.
The Hiden QGA-series gas analysis systems feature direct real time multi-species analysis and quantification of gas and vapour related processes.
Linkam THMS600 used in the characterisation of novel electrolytes for more efficient and less volatile fuel cells at KU Leuven.
Market leaders in temperature controlled microscopy, Linkam Scientific Instruments report on the use of their temperature controlled stages in the study of the novel electrolytes that can be used in fuel cells. This work was carried out at the Katholic University of Leuven in Belgium.
Next month, thousands of professionals working across all aspects of nanotechnology around the world will be flocking to Suzhou for CHInano 2015.
Linkam adds an Environmental Scientist in the latest expansion of support staff to assist users worldwide
Market leaders in temperature controlled microscopy, Linkam Scientific Instruments, are pleased to announce a new member of staff to join their growing sales and marketing support team.
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Oxford Instruments Asylum Research Cypher Atomic Force Microscopes Chosen By Leading Polymer Science Research and Engineering Laboratories
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research proudly announces that a Cypher™ atomic force microscope (AFM) was recently acquired by Dr. Ken Nakajima after a rigorous selection process.
Hiden Analytical’s QGA systems are suited for direct real-time analysis, quantification and control of gas related processes ranging in pressure from 100 mbar to 30 bar.
Atomic Force Microscopes from Asylum Research Guide the Development of Thin Film Deposition and Etch Processes
Thin films are ubiquitous in materials science and technology, with uses ranging from exotic next generation materials (e.g. ferroelectric data storage) to practical everyday items (e.g. food wrappers).