AFM-IR used by French researchers to identify best microbes for biofuel production

(February 18th, 2014 — Santa Barbara, CA – Anasys Instruments reports on the publication in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters demonstrating the use of AFM-IR used by French researchers to identify best microbes for biofuel production. While the debate over using crops fo
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NIST Use Anasys Nanoscale AFM-IR Imaging to Characterize Plasmonics

(July 26, 2013 – Santa Barbara,CA) – Anasys Instruments announces a new application for AFM-IR to study as reported by research scientists in NIST publication “Tech Beat.” Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Univer
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New University of Illinois publication on nanoscale chemical analysis via AFM-IR

(April 30 2013, Santa Barbara CA) – Anasys Instruments reports on the recent publication from the University of Illinois which describes the development of a novel technique for chemical identification at the nanometer scale based on AFM-IR. The work is described in a paper publ
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EPFL researchers applying AFM-based infrared spectroscopy to the study of drug resistant bacteria

(March 5 2013, Santa Barbara CA) – Dr. Andrzej Kulik is a research associate in the Laboratory of the Physics of Living Matter at the EPFL in Switzerland. Under the leadership of Professor Giovanni Dietler, the research activity of the laboratory of physics of living matter is m
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Major improvements to AFM-IR nanoscale spectroscopy product family

(February 5 2013, Santa Barbara CA) – The rapid introduction of nanostructured materials continues to drive nanoscale characterization techniques to provide timely, accurate, easy to use analysis methods. Anasys designs breakthrough, award-winning products that measure nanoscale
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NIST research highlights promise of AFM-IR for quantitative nanoscale chemical analysis.

(October 30 2012, Santa Barbara CA) – Anasys Instruments announces a new paper authored by Dr Andrea Centrone and his colleagues at NIST published recently in Small*, a leading publication which focuses on the nano and micro worlds. Dr Centrone’s team reported on experiments tha
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Improving Nanometer-Scale Manufacturing with Infrared Spectroscopy

Nanotechnology-based materials identification enables critically needed chemical metrology for nano-manufacturing. (October 10 2012, Urbana IL) – One of the key achievements of the nanotechnology era is the development of manufacturing technologies that can fabricate nanostructu
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Reverse Engineering of polymers using nanoscale IR spectroscopy via AFM-IR

(July 16 2012, Santa Barbara, CA) – A recent publication in Spectroscopy Europe by lead authors from Kimberly Clark Corporation showed the use of AFM based nanoscale IR Spectroscopy for reverse engineering of polymeric multilayer films. The Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) is a fai
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Purdue researchers use nanoIR to study drug-polymer blends

(May 1, 2012, Santa Barbara, CA) – Two new papers are going to press featuring the use of Anasys Instruments’ nanoIR™ system by Professor Lynne S. Taylor’s group in the Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy at Purdue University. In each study, miscibility of pharmaceutically
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