Video on NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) for olfactory sensing passes 500 views mark

The video on NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) for olfactory sensing has just passed the 500 views mark. Thank you all for watching.

The NANOSENSORS Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensor – MSS is a non-packaged MEMS sensor, a silicon membrane platform supported with four beams on which piezoresistors are embedded. It is mainly dedicated to R&D in the areas of olfactory sensing and electronic noses.

There are currently two major applications for this type of sensor:

  • the MSS has a great potential as a core component for electronic (artificial) nose systems / olfactory sensing systems utilized in e.g., medical, food, environment, safety and security fields.
  • the MSS can also be used for assessment of various materials like organic conductors, magnetic and superconductor materials in torque magnetometry.

To find out more please have a look at the video or at the NANOSENSORS™ MSS webpage.

We will also have a booth at the ISOEN 2019, the International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose in Fukuoka/Japan later this month.

If you are also attending this conference please visit us there.

AFM probes for Magnetic Force Microscopy Screencast passed 1000 views mark

NANOSENSORS offers six different types of AFM probes for Magnetic Force Microscopy ( MFM)  for scanning and studying sample surfaces with magnetic features:

PPP-MFMR
PPP-LM-MFMR
PPP-LC-MFMR
PPP-QLC-MFMR
SSS-MFMR
SSS-QMFMR

The screencast introducing the different properties of these AFM probes and their applications held by our Head of R&D Thomas Sulzbach has just passed the 1000 views mark. Congratulations Thomas!

NANOSENSORS Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensor (MSS) video uploaded

A new video about NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) has been uploaded on the NANOSENSORS™ youtube channel.

The NANOSENSORS™ MSS is a piezoresistive nanomechanical sensor: a silicon membrane platform supported with four beams with integrated piezoresistors. This MEMS sensor is very versatile and primarily designed for R&D in the fields of electronic nose/ odor sensing/ olfactory system. It can also be utilized for material assessment application and measurements of physical parameters in, for example, torque magnetometry.

To find out more please have a look at the new video or at the NANOSENSORS™ MSS webpage http://mss-sensor.com/