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The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2014 to the inventors of Super-Resolved Fluorescence Microscopy.
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A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to provide Advanced 3D Imaging for free. Researchers, students, academic institutions and industries will be able to utilize the facility for non-invasive imaging of samples in 3D, 4D and 5D.
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In this Insights from Industry interview, Benoît Dagon, CEO of Imina Technologies, talks to Will Soutter about their miBot range of manipulators for microscope sample characterization.
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Nice non-contact method for identifying single molecules of contaminants of graphene from Rice and Osaka physics departments.
A novel method of identifying contaminants on the surface of graphene has been developed, using terahertz spectroscopy and an indium phosphide substrate.
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In this interview, Dr. Sang-il Park, CEO and chairman of Park Systems, talks to AZoNano about his company’s current business position in industrial manufacturing, and the benefits of Park instruments for semiconductor failure analysis laboratories.
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In this Insights from Industry interview, Carl Jones, CEO of nanoTherics, talks to Will Soutter about the company and their magneTherm nanoparticle heating system.
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My interview with Ardic Instruments about their new modular AFM.
Ardic Instruments' newest AFM, the P300, offers upgradable flexibility and enhanced ease-of-use, targeting the growing mainstream AFM market. CEO Edward Chyau talks to AZoNano about the features of this new instrument.
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Another tiny step towards self-sufficient space stations...
A customized 3D printer that allows fabrication of all necessary tools and components required for a space mission will be sent to the International Space Station aboard the SpaceX-4 resupply mission this month.
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Nanostructure analysis and measurement of tiny forces between molecules can be effectively performed using atomic force microscopes. Researchers at the Research School of Physics and Engineering of the Australian National University have improved the sensitivity of atomic force microscopes using laser beams.
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Jeremy Warren, General Manager of NanoSight, talks to AZoNano about the recent acquisition of NanoSight by Malvern Instruments.
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Graphene has been referred to as the "strongest, most conductive, most flexible--and most hyped--material in the world." There has been a lot of talk about commercial applications for it since its discovery.
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Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014 Awarded for Super-Resolved Fluorescence Mi...
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The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2014 to the inventors of Super-Resolved Fluorescence Micr

Modular AFM Design for Application Flexibility and Upgradability - An In...
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Ardic Instruments' newest AFM, the P300, offers upgradable flexibility and enhanced ease-of-use, targeting the growing mainstream AFM market

Kickstarter Campaign to Fund Free Non-Destructive 3D Imaging for Researc...
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A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to provide Advanced 3D Imaging for free. Researchers, students, academic institutions and industrie

NASA to Test 3D Printer in Zero-Gravity
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A customized 3D printer that allows fabrication of all necessary tools and components required for a space mission will be sent to the Inter

Piezo-Based Robots for Sample Manipulation in Optical and Electron Micro...
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In this Insights from Industry interview, Benoît Dagon, CEO of Imina Technologies, talks to Will Soutter about their miBot range of manipula

Researchers Increase Sensitivity of Atomic Force Microscopes Using Laser...
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Nanostructure analysis and measurement of tiny forces between molecules can be effectively performed using atomic force microscopes. Researc

Terahertz Spectroscopy Used to Spot Contaminants in Graphene
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A novel method of identifying contaminants on the surface of graphene has been developed, using terahertz spectroscopy and an indium phosphi

Enabling Non-Contact Mode AFM and Dimensional Nanometrology for Inline M...
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In this interview, Dr. Sang-il Park, CEO and chairman of Park Systems, talks to AZoNano about his company’s current business position in ind

Finding Their Natural Home - An Interview with Jeremy Warren on NanoSigh...
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Jeremy Warren, General Manager of NanoSight, talks to AZoNano about the recent acquisition of NanoSight by Malvern Instruments.

Benchtop Nanoparticle Heating Systems - An Interview with Carl Jones
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In this Insights from Industry interview, Carl Jones, CEO of nanoTherics, talks to Will Soutter about the company and their magneTherm nanop

Commercialization of Graphene - How Close Are We?
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Graphene has been referred to as the "strongest, most conductive, most flexible--and most hyped--material in the world." There has been a lo

Recent Advances in Nanomedicine
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The introduction of minute particles into the body to treat disease or repair damage may sound like something out of science fiction, but re

Developing a Quantitative Nanoscale Characterization Technique - An Inte...
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In this interview, Dr. Chanmin Su, Director of Technology for Bruker Nano Surfaces' AFM business, talks about how Bruker's philosophy of inn

First Working Computer Based on Carbon Nanotubes Revealed at Stanford
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Engineers at Stanford have created the first working carbon nanotube computer - validating the technology as a potential replacement for sil

Swedish Researchers Commercialize Their "Impossible" High Surface Area M...
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Disruptive Materials, a spin-out from Uppsala University in Sweden, is commercializing a material which was previously thought to be impossi

Disrupting the AFM Marketplace - An Interview with Edward Chyau, Ardic I...
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Ardic Instruments is a new analytical instruments company with a fresh approach to their pricing, support and service. They are launching th

Smart Glass Nanocoating Selectively Filters Heat and Light
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A team at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab have developed a new type of smart window coating which can selectively filter out heat and visible

Nanoscale Diamonds Levitated in a Laser Beam
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Researchers from the University of Rochester have managed to levitate photoluminescent nanodiamonds using only a laser beam. This achievment

HybriD™ Mode Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) from NT-MDT - An Interview wi...
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AZoNano talks to Sergei Magonov about NT-MDT's new HybriD™ AFM Mode, which combines the best aspects of contact and oscillatory modes, openi

Researchers Create Warped Nanographenes with Tunable Electronic, Optical...
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Chemistry researchers at Boston College, USA, and Nagoya University, Japan, have developed a material which has been dubbed a new allotrope