Air Fom is a bicycle tire system that uses a multiple-foam insert instead of an air-pressurized inner tube, eliminating the risk of punctures or need for pumping.
Using High Aspect Ratio Probes for Semiconductors
From Nu Nano Ltd
Improving the Accuracy of Surface Roughness Measurements
From Herzan LLC
Improving Casimir Force Measurements by Removing Vibration Noise
Epoxy Testing for Resistance to Bases
From Master Bond Inc.
Structural Characterization of WS2 Flakes by Photoluminescence
From HORIBA Scientific
Using Morphological and Chemical Features to Characterize Aeroallergens
Nano Engineered Surfaces Unlock New Material Capabilities
From Forge Nano
Lorin Anodized Copper Collection Promotes “Reflect Your Vision” Philosophy
From Lorin Industries
Porotec Becomes Part of VERDER Scientific
From Microtrac MRB
Government Funding Helps Advanced Ceramics Take Shape in the Midlands
California Air Resources Board (CARB) Approves VUV ASTM D8071-19 as an Equivalent Test Method to ASTM D6550-10
From VUV Analytics
New Application Report from Rigaku Examines Use of EDXRF for Industrial Forensics
From Rigaku Corporation
Instron® Announces Virtual Biomedical Testing Open House
From Instron - USA
Nidec Industrial Solutions New $12 Million Facility in Cleveland Supports Essential Industries During the Covid-19 Crisis and Paves a Path for Future Growth
From Nidec Motor Corporation
Peak Scientific introduces new gas generator & bench solutions for the SCIEX 7500 LC-MS system
From Peak Scientific
In this interview, AZoM speaks to Yannick Galais, General Manager of Luxinar, about Luxinar's laser technology and how it is used in the automotive industry.
In this interview, AZoM talks to Christine Desplat, an R&D engineer at Master Bond Inc., about the testing Master Bond does to discover an epoxy's resistance to bases.
Dr. Robert Keighley
In this interview, AZoM talks to Dr. Robert Keighley, senior staff scientist at SHIMADZU, about spectrophotometer, and the capabilities of the next-generation models available on the market.
Discover the new entry-level particle size and Zeta analyzer from Malvern Panalytical, which has enhanced capabilities to improve data quality and results.
Photonic Science’s back-reflection Laue system allows real-time crystal orientation down to 0.1 degrees accuracy.
The CB15S digester is perfect to use in the preparation of smaller sample sizes up to 5 g.