We wish everyone a good start into the year of the tiger!
There is a snowman in the park! This is a sure sign that it is again time to wish all users of our AFM probes… Read More »Season’s Greetings from NANOSENSORS AFM probes
Our distributor NanoAndMore USA has a booth @Materials_MRS MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit 2021 in Boston this week. Visit them at booth no. 609 and… Read More »Find out more about NANOSENSORS AFM probes at MRS Fall 2021 this week
Supercritical carbon dioxide decellularization of plant material to generate 3D biocompatible scaffolds
Biocompatible scaffolds that can be repopulated with human cells have many uses such serving as replacement organs and tissues. Therefore there is an increasing interest… Read More »Supercritical carbon dioxide decellularization of plant material to generate 3D biocompatible scaffolds
We are celebrating today’s Swiss National Holiday courtesy of Basel University with the Smallest Swiss Cross – Made of 20 Single Atoms ( a NANOSENSORS… Read More »Happy Swiss National Holiday with Smallest Swiss Cross
Signal Origin of Electrochemical Strain Microscopy and Link to Local Chemical Distribution in Solid State Electrolytes
Solid state electrolytes (SSEs) are interesting materials that could potentially replace the currently used organic electrolytes in lithium‐ion batteries (LIBs). * Electrochemical strain microscopy (ESM),… Read More »Signal Origin of Electrochemical Strain Microscopy and Link to Local Chemical Distribution in Solid State Electrolytes