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Top articles from Edition 30 (June/2019)
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Hello. My name is Agnieszka Kowalczyk and I work as regional sales manager for LOT-QuantumDesign. I obtained my Doctor of Chemical Sciences in 2006...Read more
Do you already use a gas recovery system? Get you own Helium liquefier without applying for funding!
Have you noticed how the prices for helium have increased again since the beginning of this year? Many working groups feel this in their budgets. Here...Read more
“The OptiCool enables cutting edge experiments in condensed matter physics and materials sciences not previously possible.” (Prof. Averitt)Read more
Raman microscopy is a well-used method to measure composition, crystallinity, tension and doping.
However, most of these experiments take place at...Read more
Nanoscale magnetic materials are highly useful for applications in fields like spintronics, thermoelectrics, nanoelectronics and information...Read more
Quantum Design are pleased to participate in the meeting of the Spanish Society of Physics in this year’s Biennial at Zaragoza.Read more
From 9 to 11 October 2019 we will hold another CompleteEASE software training. Participants should have experience in spectroscopic ellipsometry and...Read more
Magnetic nanoparticles can be used to measure the viscosity of a liquid. This fact has just been established in a publication by Professor Christer...Read more
Quantum Design present a new educational module around the use of the PPMS ETO written by Prof. Stephen Tsui and his student Bailey Smith of the...Read more
An international research team has made a breakthrough in the search for a new material state. A study published in Nature Physics describes a new 3D...Read more