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Fluidigm Unveils Its Most Advanced Nanofluidic Technology-Based Genome Analysis System

Fluidigm introduced the new BioMark HD Real-time PCR System, the company's most advanced instrument for genomic analysis ever. The BioMark HD System is designed for researchers who require the sensitivity and throughput needed to study gene expression down to the single-cell level -- especially those who have limited amounts of sample or study rare populations of cells.

Posted: Feb 2nd, 2011

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New Technology and Partnership Creates Less Expensive, More Efficient Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Bing Energy, Inc. (BEI), a manufacturer of state-of-the-art components for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs), has entered into a commercialization agreement with Florida State University that gives the company exclusive use of revolutionary nanotechnology that will create a new generation of hydrogen fuel cells that are less expensive, smaller, lighter and more durable.

Posted: Feb 1st, 2011

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Asylum Research Hosts Atomic Force Microscopy Workshop at Purdue's Birck Nanotechnology Center on February 17, 2011

Topics include AFM for biological applications, force measurements and mapping, combined AFM and optical imaging, cell imaging, and electrical characterization using conductive AFM. In addition, Purdue researchers Dr. Robert Moon, Assistant Professor of Materials Engineering, and Ryan Wagner, Graduate Student, will present a talk on force-displacement measurements.

Posted: Feb 1st, 2011

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XEI Scientific Announces Shipment of 1000th Evactron System

XEI Scientific Inc, maker of the popular EVACTRON Plasma Cleaning System for electron microscopes and other vacuum chambers, announced today that with the final shipments of 2010, they have fulfilled orders bringing the total number of Evactron systems delivered to more than 1,000 units worldwide.

Posted: Feb 1st, 2011

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Linkam Controlled Shear Stage Chosen to Study the Effects of Temperature and Shear Flow in Isotactic Polypropylene at the University of Salerno

Market leaders in temperature controlled microscopy, Linkam Scientific Instruments, have been chosen by the Polymer Technology Group of the Dep. of Chemical and Food Engineering of the University of Salerno as suppliers of a controlled shear system to study the effect of temperature and steady shear flow on the nucleation rate of spherulites in isotactic polypropylene.

Posted: Feb 1st, 2011

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