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New WITec Headquarters Building


After a construction period of 13 months WITec GmbH has moved to its new headquarters building in Ulm. To meet the increasing demand for high resolution microscopy solutions, the new building was a necessity in order to secure future growth potential, according to the company. The driving force ...


Making a point: Picoscale stability in a room-temperature AFM


Forget dancing angels, a research team from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the University of Colorado (CU) has shown how to detect and monitor the tiny amount of light reflected directly off the needle point of an atomic force microscope probe, and in so doing has ...


Chemists create two-armed nanorobotic device to maneuver world's tiniest particles


Chemists at New York University and China's Nanjing University have developed a two-armed nanorobotic device that can manipulate molecules within a device built from DNA. The device is described in Nature Nanotechnology . "The aim of nanotechnology is to put specific atomic and molecular ...


LLNL and Chevron sign fuel catalysis agreement


Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has signed a research agreement with Chevron to develop the next generation of catalysts for production of clean, more efficient fuels from crude oil. The research will focus on how catalytically active surfaces form and change on contact with feed molecules ...


Bruker AXS Announces Agreement to Acquire Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Company S.I.S. Surface Imaging Systems GmbH


Bruker AXS GmbH announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire all of the equity of S.I.S. Surface Imaging Systems GmbH, a company with annual revenues of approximately $3 million. The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of 2008, and no further financial details were ...


WITec Microscope Technology Wins Prestigious 2008 R&D 100

Microscope combination alpha500 gets "The Oscar of Invention"


WITec microscope technology has been selected as a winner of the prestigious 2008 R&D 100 Award. It honors the automated Confocal Raman and Atomic Force Microscope combination alpha500 as one of the 100 most technologically significant innovations of the year. The alpha500 is a revolutionary new ...


Femtogram-level chemical measurements now possible, U. of I. team reports


Finding a simple and convenient technique that combines nanoscale structural measurements and chemical identification has been an elusive goal. With current analytical instruments, spatial resolution is too low, signal-to-noise ratio too poor, sample preparation too complex or sample size too ...


Researchers directly deposit gold nanoparticles in suspension


The delivery, manipulation and assembly of functional materials such as metal nanoparticles into predefined architectures and patterns is of great interest in nanotechnology. Nanoscale patterns of nanoparticles have the potential to be used in miniature electronic circuits or in plasmon ...


Agilent Technologies acquires Molecular Imaging and its atomic force microscopy technology

Acquisition strengthens Agilent's nanomeasurements portfolio


Agilent Technologies Inc. announced that it has acquired privately held Molecular Imaging Corp., a developer and manufacturer of nanotechnology measurement tools. Financial details were not disclosed. Based in Tempe, Ariz., Molecular Imaging is known for its atomic force microscopes (AFMs), the ...


WITec exhibits on Laser 2003 in Munich


On the Laser 2003 in Munich, the world leading trade fair for optical technologies, WITec GmbH, Germany will exhibit its newest developments in the field of scanning probe microscopes. From 23. -26. June, WITec will showcase on booth C1.161 modular, high resolution microscopy systems for ...


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