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Hitachi High-Tech Science Corporation, Japan

Hitachi High-Tech Science Corporation is a Hitachi High-Tech group manufacturer of analysis/measurement equipments. In the areas of surface analysis, element/property analysis and spectroscopic/separation analysis, we offer cutting edge products and high-quality solutions globally to our forefront c more

Bruker Nano GmbH, Germany

Bruker Nano is part of the Bruker Group, a leading brand in scientific instrumentation. We are a supplier of highest quality analytical instrumentation for electron microscopy. Another important part of our product portfolio are spectrometers for micro X-ray fluorescence analysis (Micro-XRF) and tot more

News Scanning Probe Microscopes

  • New discoveries made about a promising solar cell material, thanks to new microscope

    A team of scientists from the Department of Energy’s Ames National Laboratory developed a new characterization tool that allowed them to gain unique insight into a possible alternative material for solar cells. Under the leadership of Jigang Wang, senior scientist from Ames Lab, the team developed a more

  • Nano-trapped molecules are potential path to quantum devices

    Single atoms or molecules imprisoned by laser light in a doughnut-shaped metal cage could unlock the key to advanced storage devices, computers and high-resolution instruments. A team composed of Ali Passian of the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Marouane Salhi and George Si more

  • Organic nanoelectronics a step closer

    Although they could revolutionize a wide range of high-tech products such as computer displays or solar cells, organic materials do not have the same ordered chemical composition as inorganic materials, preventing scientists from using them to their full potential. But an international team of resea more

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