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October 19th, 2006

NanoWizardŽII makes an impression in France

Abstract:
The new NanoWizardŽII instrument, the next generation of atomic force microscope (AFM) for Soft Matter and Life Sciences, has been selected by the Bionanotechnology platform of the recently launched Institute of Advanced Technology for Life Sciences (ITAV) in Toulouse.

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