Oxford Instruments Asylum Research, Inc. Asylum Research AFMs. Superior performance, versatility and support
Finding the best atomic force microscope for your work is important. There are many choices and not all AFMs are created equal. The right choice will make you more productive and move your research forward. You can count on AFMs from Asylum Research, no matter what your application or your budget. Discover why leading labs around the world choose Asylum Research Cypher and MFP-3D AFMs.
Asylum Research- The technology and customer support leader in AFM
Asylum Research is different from other companies. We were founded in 1999 by a group of scientists with the simple goal of creating the world’s best research instruments for other scientists. From the very start, we realized that our customers needed more than just great AFMs to succeed. In addition to the world’s best AFMs, we made it a top priority to provide the very best customer support, because the success of our customers is directly linked to our own success.
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).
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.
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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).
New GetStarted Feature on Asylum Research AFMs Makes Imaging Easier and More Productive While Maintaining All the Benefits of Tapping Mode
Researchers sometimes struggle to get good images using atomic force microscopy (AFM) because of the complexity of optimizing imaging parameters. The new GetStarted™ feature on Oxford Instruments Asylum Research AFMs eliminates this challenge, making AFM operation much simpler and more productive.