Open menu

RSS Subscribe to our Nanotechnology Business News feed

Leica Cleanliness Expert for Quantitative Particle Analysis

Leica Microsystems developed a microscope system for measuring impurities in cleaning liquids for micromechanic and motor components during production which has been used with great success for quantitative cleanliness analysis in the automobile and many other industries. Leica Microsystems has now announced the launch of the successor product, Leica Cleanliness Expert, which offers further benefits for users.

Posted: May 6th, 2009

Read more

University of Greenwich Expedites Drug Discovery With ThalesNano H-Cube

A collaboration between groups led by Dr. John Spencer at Greenwich University and Professor Simon Mackay and Professor Alan Harvey at Strathclyde University has led to the discovery of a novel class of benzodiazepines with submicromolar activity against trypanosoma brucei spp., a parasitic species that causes African trypanosomiasis or sleeping sickness in humans.

Posted: May 6th, 2009

Read more

Unparalleled Control of Stem Cell Differentiation Using Dip Pen Nanolithography

NanoStem Cell, a division of NanoInk, Inc., announced today that Professor John Hunt of the UK Centre for Tissue Engineering (UKCTE) at the University of Liverpool, will present the results of an ongoing, collaborative research project leveraging NanoInk?s proprietary Dip Pen Nanolithography (DPN) technology to create homogenous nanopattern biochips and control cell functionality in a predictable and reproducible manner.

Posted: May 5th, 2009

Read more

NanoScale Announces Enware As New Distributor In Australia

NanoScale Corporation, a leader in advanced chemistry products, services, and technologies, announces their exclusive distribution agreement with Enware of Australia for FAST-ACT (First Applied Sorbent Treatment Against Chemical Threats), ChemKlenz, and OdorKlenz to HAZMAT and safety teams in Australia and New Zealand.

Posted: May 5th, 2009

Read more

Carl Zeiss' Axio Imager is Setting New Standards in Materials Microscopy

The second generation of the Axio Imager microscope system from Carl Zeiss is setting new standards in materials microscopy. Whether in quality testing and assurance, in materials analysis or the development of future materials - optical quality, performance and comfort are the major benefits of the Axio Imager.

Posted: May 5th, 2009

Read more