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    Century Geophysical specializes in the design and manufacture of borehole logging instrumentation, in particular for use in coal, coalbed methane, precious minerals, shallow oil/gas, groundwater...
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    Geometrics has supplied the world with rugged, portable, easy-to-use, and technologically-innovative geophysical instruments. Our line of seismographs, magnetometers, and resistivity instruments lets...
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    Archer is a materials technology company. Materials are the tangible physical basis of all technology. We’re developing and integrating materials to address complex global challenges in quantum...
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    GISCO - Geophysical Instruments & Supply Company was started by Al Danish in April 1952 in Denver, Colorado. During the uranium boom Danish marketed radiation detection instruments and field...
  • News - 26 Aug 2010
    SPECIM Spectral Imaging Ltd proclaimed that AisaDUAL, its aerial hyperspectral sensing device, has been exploited currently in the prolonged information collection for the extenuation and...
  • News - 6 Nov 2014
    VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed an innovative magnetometer that can replace conventional technology in applications such as neuroimaging, mineral exploration and molecular...
  • News - 3 Nov 2012
    US Seismic Systems, Inc., an Acorn Energy, Inc. portfolio company continues its reputation for introducing pioneering optical sensing technology to the energy industry with the announcement today of...
  • News - 16 Jul 2010
    R&D Magazine has announced that, QMax EM3 Ocean-Bottom EM receiver, which was introduced by Quasar Geophysical Technologies, is one of the 100 winners of the 48th Annual R&D Awards. These...
  • News - 30 Nov 2017
    Researchers from the Faculty of Physics of Lomonosov Moscow State University and their colleagues have created a compact spectral polarimeter for performing mineralogical explorations on the surface...
  • News - 7 Dec 2016
    Specialised Imaging reports on how the Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich, Germany has used a SIM-X ultra-high speed framing camera to record high resolution images of...