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NanoAndMore USA is Named Master Distributor by Lyncée tecLady’s Island, SC | Posted on January 20th, 2007
The Digital Holographic Microscopes do everything interferometric measuring instruments do, but it is done faster and better - in real time at up to 50,000 frames per second. "Eventually, this technology should replace interferometric methods since it images 3-D in real time, at better resolution, and needs no mechanical or acoustic isolation" says George McMurtry, president and founder of NanoAndMore. "This allows the user to capture MEMS movements in slow motion or watch a cell react to an antigen or protein - just two of hundreds of applications."
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