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The world leader in nanoscale IR spectroscopy
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New discoveries in unlocking essential nanoscopic protein structures and critical conditions for electron-induced conformational transitions.

Researchers have found that, due to the direct correlation of AFM-IR with conventional infrared spectroscopy, protein secondary structure analysis can now be extended to the nanoscale. Structural changes in the silk protein caused by electron beam lithography by using high resolution s-SNOM imaging are illustrated in their studies. The understanding of these nanoscale structural changes induced by electron beam exposure will enable the development of advanced 2D and 3D biomaterials. Read more: goo.gl/djWT9X


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ONLY A FEW HOURS LEFT: Register for our upcoming webinar “Achieving 10nm spatial resolution for chemical imaging” and find out how it’s done!

Please note there are 2 different webinar times for different time zones:
Webinar 1: Wednesday, January 25, 2017; 8am PST for North America, 5pm CET for Europe continental
Sign up: goo.gl/auakSi
Webinar 2: Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017; 4pm PST for North America, 8AM CST January 26 for Asia (Beijing)
Sign up: goo.gl/Kchdkr

Dr. Craig Prater, CTO of Anasys Instruments, will discuss the latest advancements in AFM-IR based nanoscale IR spectroscopy enabling 10nm spatial resolution for chemical imaging. This remarkable capability is achieved with the introduction of exclusive Tapping AFM-IR.
Learn more about Tapping AFM-IR: goo.gl/9t0Cv6

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Planning to be a part of Isranalytica 2017, January 24-25, Tel Aviv/Israel?
Don’t miss the exciting talks:

“Combined AFM-IR and s-SNOM for the characterization of complex systems”
Tuesday, January 24, Seminar Room 1, 14.00h
“Chemistry at the Nanoscale: Recent Advances in Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy”
Wednesday, January 25, Session P: Spectroscopic Methods, 15.50h
Presented by Eoghan Dillon, Anasys Instruments

Join us and learn about AFM-IR, the underlying technology and complementary techniques for measuring nanoscale optical scattering, as well as nano-mechanical and nano-thermal analysis.
Read more: goo.gl/jlz8fM

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Researchers discovered that circular dichroism, a physical phenomena originating from the interaction of light with chiral molecules in in 3D structures, can also emerge in a two-dimensional (2D) metasurface. By accessing both the radiative (s-SNOM) and non-radiative (AFM-IR) properties of plasmonics structures, unique and complementary plasmonic properties were obtained.
For the first time, it has been conclusively established that the circular dichroism observed in 2D metasurfaces is attributed to handedness dependent Ohmic heating.

Read the OPEN PAPER: goo.gl/ttybdZ


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ONLY IN 1 MONTH – REGISTER TODAY!
AFM-IR Workshop: Discovering Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy
Sapienza University of Rome
Tuesday, February 14, 2017

REGISTER NOW and ensure yourself a seat: www.anasysinstruments.com/afm-ir-workshop-at-sapienza-university-of-rome/

Invited speakers: Dr. Francesco Simone Ruggeri (University of Cambridge), Dr. Valeria Giliberti (IIT-CLNS), Dr. Suzanne Morsch (University of Manchester), Dr. Miriam Unger (Anasys Instruments)

Join us and learn about principles of nanoscale IR spectroscopy and chemical imaging, as well as a variety of applications solutions for this technology.

To register and to learn more about the event, click here: goo.gl/AkyKQr


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WEBINAR: Achieving 10nm spatial resolution for chemical imaging: Register for our upcoming webinar on January 25/26 and find out how it’s done!

Please note there are 2 different webinar times for different time zones:

Webinar 1: Wednesday, January 25, 2017; 8am PST for North America, 5pm CET for Europe continental
Sign up: goo.gl/auakSi

Webinar 2: Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017; 4pm PST for North America, 8AM CST January 26 for Asia (Beijing)
Sign up: goo.gl/Kchdkr

Dr. Craig Prater, CTO of Anasys Instruments, will discuss the latest advancements in AFM-IR based nanoscale IR spectroscopy enabling 10nm spatial resolution for chemical imaging. This remarkable capability is achieved with the introduction of exclusive Tapping AFM-IR.
Learn more about Tapping AFM-IR: goo.gl/9t0Cv6
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Season's greetings from the entire crew at Anasys Instruments

The team at Anasys Instruments wishes you peace, joy and prosperity in the year ahead. Thank you for your continued support and partnership.
As the holiday season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and those who have helped to shape our business. See what we, with your help and support, have accomplished this year: https://goo.gl/Gy1Oh2

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SAVE THE DATE
AFM-IR Workshop: Discovering Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy
Sapienza University of Rome
Tuesday, February 14, 2017

REGISTER NOW and ensure yourself a seat: www.anasysinstruments.com/afm-ir-workshop-at-sapienza-university-of-rome/

Join us for scientific talks and an instrument demonstration on the Anasys Instruments’ nanoIR2™ system, and learn about principles of nanoscale IR spectroscopy and chemical imaging, as well as a variety of applications solutions for this technology.
To register and to learn more about the event, click here: goo.gl/AkyKQr


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Chemical analysis and compositional mapping with spatial resolution far below conventional optical diffraction limits!

Alexandre Dazzi (Univ. Paris-Sud) and Craig Prater (Anasys Instruments) review in their latest article development and underlying of atomic force microscopy-based infrared spectroscopy (AFM-IR), including recent advances. They survey a wide range of applications and investigations using AFM-IR that include those in polymers, life sciences, photonics, solar cells, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, and cultural heritage.
Read more: goo.gl/3LN9kS


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BREAKTHROUGH in spatial resolution chemical imaging

Recently announced Tapping AFM-IR mode is an exciting new capability that provides unparalleled chemical imaging down to 10 nm spatial resolution.

This new patented Tapping AFM-IR mode is the most advanced development in nanoscale IR technology, providing the highest spatial resolution for chemical imaging, monolayer measurement sensitivity, and also extends nanoIR to a broader range of applications. Tapping AFM-IR retains the ease of use of our systems, so optimum measurement resolution is achieved easily and quickly.

Read how the new development in nanoscale IR technology can add value to your research: http://www.anasysinstruments.com/technology/tapping-afm-ir/
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