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    Hamamatsu Photonics is a leading manufacturer of devices for the generation and measurement of infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. These devices include photodiodes, photomultiplier tubes,...
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    100 years of Anton Paar A century: Great people | Great instruments The “Anton Paar” success story began on January 4, 1922, when Anton Paar started his metalworking shop. Back then, it...
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    For over 40 years Polytec has provided high-technology, laser-based measurement solutions to researchers and engineers. Our commitment is to provide the most precise and reliable optical instruments...
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    Locata Corporation is a privately-owned Australian company that has invented new radio-location technology (LocataTech) that gives precise positioning in many environments where GPS is either...
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    Atomic Mechanics is a limited company based in Manchester, UK, and founded in 2017. It has been created to design, manufacture and commercialize a range of sensor and actuator devices based on a...
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    SEMI is the global industry association serving the manufacturing supply chain for the micro- and nano-electronics industries, including: Semiconductors Photovoltaics (PV) High-Brightness...
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    FormFactor FRT Metrology manufactures 3D surface measurement technology for research and production. Our high-precision measuring instruments are based on SurfaceSensTM multi-sensor concept and are...
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    Optophase is a European distributor which provides a wide range of products: Nanopositioners Micropositioners Microscopy products Atomic force microscopy Nanoindenter Optical...
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    Mount Sopris* Instrument Company was founded in Boulder, Colorado in 1951 at a time when locating uranium for weapon and reactor use was of national interest. The company’s first product was a...
  • News - 28 Apr 2011
    A team of scientists at the Rice University have discovered the heaviest antimatter particle known as antihelium-4. This newly found antimatter particle is derived from the helium nucleus. Physicists...