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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 along with the Materials Research Society (MRS) will host a webinar titled “Beyond Topography: New Advances in AFM Characterization of Polymers” on May 28th, 2015 at 11:00 am ET.
New Application Note Describes Nanomechanical Measurements on Diverse Materials Using the Asylum Research NanomechPro Toolkit
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research has released a new application note, “The NanomechPro™ Toolkit: Nanomechanical AFM Techniques for Diverse Materials,” written Dr. Donna Hurley, founder of Lark Scientific and former NIST project leader.
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research Presents “Piezoresponse Force Microscopy: From Theory to Advanced Applications”
Two-part Webinar Series May 4 and May 6, 2015
“AFM Applications in Polymer Science and Engineering,” written by former NIST researcher Dr. Donna Hurley
January 8, 2015 (Santa Barbara, CA) Oxford Instruments Asylum Research is pleased to announce the winners of its AFM Image Contest. Congratulations to the Grand Prize winners Jessica Bickel and Kathy Aidala of Mount Holyoke College for their image submission of magnetic force microscopy of cobalt nanoribbons.