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NT-MDT Co. has participated in the exhibition "Scientific, technical and innovative achievements of Russia" and presented its fully automated SPM SOLVER NEXT.

NT-MDT at the exhibition of innovative achievements of Russia in Madrid

Moscow, Russia and Madrid, Spain | Posted on May 18th, 2011

On May 12-15 the exhibition "Scientific, technical and innovative achievements of Russia" was held in Madrid, Spain.

The exhibition was organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation with the support of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation in accordance with the order of the President of Russian "On the Year of the Russian Federation in the Kingdom of Spain and the Year of Spain in the Russian Federation" and became one of the most important events in the framework of the Year of Russia in Spain.

The opening ceremony was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Alexander Zhukov, the Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Sergei Ivanets, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia to the Kingdom of Spain Alexander Kuznetsov, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism of the Kingdom of Spain Miguel Sebastian Gascon, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Science and Innovation of the Kingdom of Spain Juan Tomas Hernani.

There was an exposition of the most prospective Russian technologies and innovations aimed to widen the cooperation between Russia and Spain. NT-MDT Co. demonstrated its fully automated scanning probe microscope SOLVER NEXT for a wide range of nanoscale scientific applications.

On May 13 Director General of NT-MDT Co. Viktor Bykov made a presentation at the Forum "The Russian-Spanish dialogue in the field of innovative cooperation: the industrial-economic aspect of the business", and participated as a moderator of the conference "Nanotechnology: the pioneering research and policy perspectives. Industry nanosystems and materials".

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The scanning probe microscope SOLVER NEXT provides high quality of SPM images therewith it is easy to use due to automatic adjustment.

In 2009, the SOLVER NEXT was awarded by the prestigious international award "R&D 100" as the largest and most important discovery in the category "Analytical scientific equipment".

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