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    NuNano is a UK-based company specializing in the design and manufacture of probes for atomic force microscopy and cantilever-based sensor devices. It was founded in 2011 by Dr James Vicary and...
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    Anton Paar was established in 1922 as a one-man  locksmith’s workshop. Today, over 3200 employees worldwide develop, produce and distribute highly accurate laboratory instruments and...
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    Over the last 25 years, NT-MDT has been involved in the development, production and support of research instrumentation, primarily, atomic force microscopes (AFM) and its combinations with ultrahigh...
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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...
  • Article - 29 Jan 2020
    Atomic force microscopy, also known as AFM, is a high resolution procedure used to acquire images and other figures from a variation of materials.
  • News - 8 Jun 2010
    Currently designed 3-D Hall magnetic-field based silicon gadgets have important disadvantages, which include many contacts, a minimum of eight, thereby complicating the realization of the technology,...
  • Article - 27 Oct 2018
    Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is a microscopy technique within the branch of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) that is used to obtain a topographic image of a specimen at nanometer (nm) resolution.
  • News - 10 Feb 2012
    NT-MDT, a manufacturer of scanning probe microscopes, atomic force microscopes and nanotechnology-related instrumentation and technology, headquartered in Moscow, has announced the winners of the 2011...
  • Article - 19 Dec 2018
    The sensor or probe tip is all-important in the functioning of AFM. While most AFMs currently make use of micromachined force sensors.
  • News - 6 Dec 2011
    Researchers belonging to the University of Limoges in France have demonstrated the possibility of creating three-dimensional silicon oxide nanodots on silicon films at the micrometric scale, within a...