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NT-MDT announces the first finalists of the annual international competition of AFM-images ProIMAGE Contest 2012!

The finalists of the ProIMAGE Contest 2012

Moscow, Russia | Posted on August 30th, 2012

The annual international competition of AFM-images ProIMAGE Contest started on the 2nd of July 2012. The company received many different images interesting both from academic and aesthetic points of view. The mission of the contest is to show the beauty of the nanoworld and to accentuate the high quality of NT-MDT probes for AFM.

Every AFM-image obtained with NT-MDT probes can participate in the contest. The expert group of NT-MDT chooses finalists every week. The chosen works will be placed at the NT-MDT scan-gallery; and each finalist will obtain reward points in the bonus program of NanoBOND Club.

Now we have got the following finalists of the ProIMAGE Contest 2012:

http://www.ntmdt.com/press-releases/view/proimage-contest-2012

The competition is going on. Send us your best AFM-images, and take your chance to be a finalist and a winner of the contest! The results of the ProIMAGE Contest 2012 will be announced on September the 28th.

In addition every visitor can give a name to a scan-finalist. The best names will be declared from 8 to 12 of October. The winners will also receive prizes from the company.

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