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    Ladd Research began in 1955 with the goal of supplying the needs of researchers using electron microscopes. Over the years we have expanded our product line to include supplies and accessories for...
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    MS MacroSystem offers professional 3D and 4D graphics software for science and technology that allows you to analyze data quickly and accurately. Our unique set of interactive 3D measurement tools was...
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    nPoint, Inc. specializes in piezo actuator is driven flexure stages available in one, two, or three axes of motion. Our ultra-precision motion control scanners and controllers provide users with the...
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    WITec GmbH pioneered 3D Raman imaging and correlative microscopy and continues to lead the industry with a product portfolio that offers speed, sensitivity and resolution without compromise. Raman,...
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    JPK Instruments AG is a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instruments - particularly atomic force microscope (AFM) systems and optical tweezers - for a broad range of applications reaching...
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    Linkam designs and manufactures scientific instruments to characterize materials from polymers, metals, ceramics, liquid crystals and biological materials. Our instruments are used for research by the...
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    Since 1970, PhotoMetrics has been solving production and failure analysis problems through chemical analysis and materials characterization. We are a commercial analytical laboratory located in...
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    piezosystem jena is a worldwide supplier of high precision nanopositioning equipment. Our piezoelectric ceramic based actuating systems and stages are mainly used for micro positioning and...
  • Article - 22 Jun 2009
    The high resolution imaging capability of AFM has recently facilitated the construction of atomic models of supramolecular assemblies from topographical images of photosynthetic proteins and channel...
  • News - 18 Sep 2019
    Image credit: University of Regensburg Scientists in Germany have been able to make new interpretations of their previous atomic force microscopy (AFM) imagery work through looking closer at...