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Marketing agency, NetDyaLog, is pleased to announce that two of their clients will be launching innovative new products at this year's Pittsburgh Conference & Exposition being held in Atlanta, GA, March 14-17th.

NetDyaLog clients launch new products at Pittcon

Pittsburgh, PA | Posted on February 23rd, 2011

article by particle nanoparticle characterization is the basis of NanoSight's Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis technology. Pittcon 2011 will see the launch of the new NS200 system designed to meet the growing need for systems with a recognized SOP, standard operating procedure

New hardware and software are included to deliver NanoSight's growing capability in particle-by-particle characterization, in an easy-to-use package with a new high sensitivity camera and an optional blue laser to improve imaging capability, and fluorescence filters can be added when working with suitably labeled particles.

Anasys Instruments (booth #767)

In 2010, Anasys announced the award-winning nanoIR™ system which combined spatially resolved spectroscopy with high resolution atomic force microscopy (AFM). This year, the focus is on showing the development of new applications that demonstrate mechanical and thermal mapping as well as spectroscopy and topographic detail of samples.

The current President of the Society of Applied Spectroscopy, Dr. Curtis Marcott, is presenting an invited talk entitled "Spatial Differentiation of Polymer Microdomains Using Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy" as part of the Bomem-Michelson Award Symposium honoring Isao Noda.

He is later going to be available on the Anasys booth for discussion about the technique and it application to the polymer sciences.

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About NetDyaLog
This year, NetDyaLog’s Jezz Leckenby will be at Pittcon to assist you with your needs and looks forward to meeting with you to discuss our full range of client marketing materials. If you have any questions for Jezz or would like him to call you, please click here.

Press materials will be available for all our clients at the show. However, if you are unable to attend and would like to receive information, please contact Jezz with your requirements. NetDyaLog has a large amount of applications material available from our clients and we would be happy to talk about editorial opportunities with you at your convenience.

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