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October 25th, 2007

BioSPM drives JPK into 'Technology Fast 50'

Scanning probe microscope (SPM) maker, JPK Instruments has been named as Germany's fastest growing nanotechnology company in accounting firm Deloitte's 'Technology Fast 50'.

The company has developed a range of products that combine optical microscopy systems with atomic force microscopy (AFM) to enable 'bulk' optical information to be combined with detailed surface information and the ability to manipulate objects on the nanoscale.

This combination has become increasingly useful to life science researchers biological materials, so much so, that the company has experienced a phenomenal 970 per cent compound growth rate in revenues over the last five years.


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