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Micro Machines Go Wild for Utah Running Utes!

A MEMS (micro electro mechanical system) device designed by University of Utah students and faculty to tap into charge injected by an electron microscope as a new form of “Kinetic Micro Sculpture”. Under electron beam illumination, the U (about the same size as the diameter of a silky-fine hair on your head) appears to “blink” […]

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Scanning Probe Microscope

The ultimate tool for studying supace morphology…. Duration : 0:0:23

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SPM as a surface analyser

We need a tool for studying the behaviour of the sample material in nano level. The problem is the size of the tool is less than the size of the sample….SPM fulfil this scenario. Duration : 0:0:58

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TRUETUBE: NANOTECHNOLOGY – THE NEXT BIG THING

http://www.truetube.co.uk Mathias Kolle reveals how technology will help change our lives in the future Duration : 0:4:27

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Mighty EBIC System in Use

Mighty EBIC ( Electron Beam Induced Current) in use on a Scanning Electron Microscope ephemeron-labs.com Duration : 0:1:16

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Wii Teach You AFM

Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is an important tool for nanotechnology. We tried to use more interesting and interactive way to demonstrate how AFM works. We build a hand held optical lever model (called AFM education kit) that allows people use this model to scan a nanostructure model. A powerful device, WiiTM-mote controller (NintendoTM) is used […]

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Movie 2 : Carbon nanotubes as you have never “seen” them

http://www.nano2hybrids.net: Second video of 3D-imaging of gold c ers deposited on carbon nanotubes. These two videos were generated by recording several TEM (transmission electron microscope) images of the same nanotube at different tilt angles, and by using a dedicated computer program to construct a 3-dimensional view. This work was carried out on samples provided by […]

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Movie 1 : Carbon nanotubes as you have never “seen” them

http://www.nano2hybrids.net : First video of 3D-imaging of gold c ers deposited on carbon nanotubes. These two videos were generated by recording several TEM (transmission electron microscope) images of the same nanotube at different tilt angles, and by using a dedicated computer program to construct a 3-dimensional view. This work was carried out on samples provided […]