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May 27th, 2003

Nanosurf finds easy-to-use AFMs could be Nanotech's Big Kahuna

Abstract:
About seven years ago, Nanosurf's founders were working at the same University of Basel lab that collaborated with IBM to make the world's first scanning tunneling microscopes. The lab was well known abroad, so when NASA's Mars Global Surveyor mission needed a small, easy-to-operate microscope in a hurry, they went to Switzerland.

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