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MIGDAL HAEMEK, Israel, July 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Camtek Ltd.
DALLAS, Texas, June 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The 'World Microscopy Market: Products, Applications and Forecasts (2010 -2015)' analyzes and studies the major market drivers, restraints, and opportunities in regions such as North America, Europe, Asia, & Rest of the world. Browse market data tables and in-depth TOC on World Microscopy Market: Products, Applications and Forecasts (2010 -2015) http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/world-microscopy-399.html Early buyers will...
In the future, doctors can pull out a new type of microscope to get to the bottom of suspicious changes in the skin.
A new software called QED (Quantitative Electron Diffraction), which has been licensed by Max Planck Innovation, has now been released by HREM Research Inc., a Japan based company, which is developing products and services in the field of High-Resolution Electron Microscopy.
The multitouch microscope integrates two Finnish innovations and brings new dimensions into teaching and research.
Company to Exhibit in Booths 1353 and 1453 Thornwood, NY (PRWEB) March 12, 2011 Carl Zeiss, a leading provider of microscopy solutions, announces that it will be exhibiting a range of high performance optical and electron microscopy products at the Pittcon Conference and Expo 2011, Booths 1353 and 1453, March 13-18, 2011 at the Georgia World Congress Center, in Atlanta, Georgia.
ATLANTA, March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Servigistics, the world's leading enterprise software solution provider for Service Lifecycle Management (SLM), announced today that FEI Company (Nasdaq: FEIC), a leading instrumentation company providing electron microscope systems for applications in research and industry, has selected Servigistics Service Parts Management and Service Parts Pricing solutions to improve the service it delivers to its customers. With the support of Servigistics, FEI will...
British researchers have unveiled a high-resolution optical microscope that uses tiny glass beads to image objects just 50 nanometers in size.
A corrective strategy used by astronomers to sharpen images of celestial bodies can now help scientists see with more depth and clarity into the living brain of a mouse.
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