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June 2nd, 2006

Advanced confocal imaging for 3Dmap microfluidics

Abstract:
Hyphenated Systems, a provider of hybrid microscopy solutions for three-dimensional (3D) imaging and metrology in micro- and nanotechnology, today released a new advanced confocal imaging (ACI) module for its 3Dmap (microfluidics analysis platform) systems that provide 3D structural metrology for developers and manufacturers of microfluidic devices.

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