17 okt NANOscientific Magazine 2017, Fall

Free Magazine  | Oktober, 2017


The fall edition of the free NANOscientific Magazine is available. In depth information on the latest advancements in the field of Nanoscience and technology across a wide range of multidisciplinary areas of research. This edition includes:
  • Feature Article: “Smart on-demand Self Defensive Coatings of Biomedical Devices - How Self Activating Anti Biotics Work”;
  • Application Note: Using Piezoresponse Force Microscopy to Observe Local Electromechanical Responses at Nanometer;
  • Feature Story: Developing Energy from Natural Wood Without Corrosive Chemicals;
  • Feature Interview: Park Systems AFM Luncheon at Semicon West Draws Standing Room Only Crowd;
  • Application Note: Using SKPM with Park AFM to analyze electrical properties of metal, semiconductor device surfaces, organic and biological materials;
  • In the News: Park Recognizes AFM Scholarship 2017 Awardees.
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25 aug Physical Electronics offers contract lab analysis

Chanhassen | August 25, 2017
Our manufacturer Physical Electronics (Phi) is pleased to announce that they are once again offering contract analytical services on their state-of-the-art Auger, TOF-SIMS, and XPS instruments. In coordination with their scientists’ deep knowledge of surface analysis applications and problem solving, this is a winning combination to help you tackle your most challenging production, R&D, reverse engineering, and failure analysis issues.
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15 aug Gezocht: Marketing medewerker

Groot-Ammers | 15 augustus, 2017
Ben jij op zoek naar een marketingfunctie (16/24 uur) bij een dynamisch bedrijf? ST Instruments heeft een part-time rol beschikbaar waarbij jij alle speelruimte krijgt om onze producten onder de aandacht van bestaande en potentiële klanten te brengen.
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01 aug Hitachi High-Technologies develops new FIB-SEM system: ETHOS

Krefeld | August 1, 2017
Hitachi High-Technologies announced the launch of of an all-new high-performance “ETHOS” Focused Ion Beam-Scanning Electron Microscope (FIB-SEM). A newly developed magnetic/electrostatic compound lens enables ETHOS to deliver advanced imaging performance resolving sub-nanometer features in high contrast for low-voltage SEM applications.
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