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Those working with nanomaterials now have an integrated approach to the imaging and analysis process thanks to a new partnership between nanomaterial software company, FullScaleNANO, and SCIENION AG, a leading solution provider for precision dispensing.

Technology Companies Join Forces for TEM Imaging and Analysis

Tallahassee, FL | Posted on August 3rd, 2017

Through purchase or lease of SCIENION’s sciTEM – a handling system specifically designed for dispensing multiple samples onto TEM grids – customers also will receive a one-year subscription to FullScaleNANO’s analysis software, NanoMet. NanoMet, is an automatic and connected software program designed for automated image analysis and report generation.

From scientists to manufacturers, the partnership between these two companies will benefit all nano-industry professionals with a streamlined process featuring batch uploading, high throughput, automation and full reporting – a practice that is new and innovative for the entire industry.

“This partnership will greatly assist the evolution of TEM with widely applied capabilities and accessibility,” said Holger Eickhoff, CEO of SCIENION. “We know our customers will see the benefit of the NanoMet subscription as there is no current way to image and analyze materials in the same process.”

FullScaleNANO and SCIENION intend to streamline the time-consuming, inefficient and costly current process. Users will be able to report on dozens of samples in the same amount of time it would normally take for one, saving the entire industry and its professionals valuable time and money.

“The idea behind partnering with SCIENION is to set new industry standards with an innovative and integrated tool. sciTEM’s complex capabilities alongside NanoMet’s simplified analysis software is the ideal combination to provide hyper-active reporting,” explains Jodi Chase, CEO of FullScaleNANO.

The bundle of sciTEM and NanoMet is now available with all sciTEM purchases. For more information or to request a demo, visit fullscalenano.com or scienion.com

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About FullScaleNANO
In 2012, FullScaleNANO was established as a technology-based startup to help advance and revolutionize the nanotechnology industry through its software, NanoMet. Nanomaterials are used in a variety of products from batteries to shampoos and across a number of industries from food and medicine to electronics and environmental safety. However, incorrect usage of nanomaterials can deteriorate the success of a product. By using NanoMet, FullScaleNANO is able to properly identify and measure the size of nanomaterials, providing detailed reports to customers, helping them streamline the manufacturing and product-to-market timeline.

About SCIENION AG
SCIENION offers complete solutions for precise liquid dispensing applications enabling high throughput production of multiparameter assays in diagnostics, and life and material sciences. Addressing the dynamically increasing needs for miniaturization and multiplex analyses, SCIENION offers a unique technology portfolio that has been continuously expanded for over 15 years. SCIENION provides flexible solutions for research and development, wherein solutions for production purposes are customized. Systems and software are characterized by their versatility, precision and robustness. The company is a renowned specialist for ultra-low volume liquid handling, particularly for the handling of precious and sensitive compounds of biological or chemical origin. SCIENION’s dispensers allow for contact-free and precise drop spotting in the pico- to micro-liter range and are optimally suited for microarray based analytics – such as for tests with DNA, oligonucleotides, peptides, proteins, antibodies, glycans or for dispensing cells onto various substrates. The company operates from two sites in Germany, Dortmund and Berlin, and has subsidiaries in New Jersey, USA, and Lyon, France.

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