Discover how the flexibility of use and the freedom of motion of the miBot micromanipulators help researchers save time to get results on experiments where challenging micro-positioning operations are required.
Guillaume Boetsch talks to AZoTV at EMC 2012 in Manchester about the miBot nanomanipulators and the different modules that makes up a manipulation and probing platform for SEM, FIB and light microscopes.
Nanoscience Instruments, Inc. announces distribution of the Imina Technologies miBot nanomanipulator in the USA and Canada. The miBot is the world’s smallest commercial manipulator and is revolutionizing the handling and sensing of diverse samples at the micro and nano scale.
We are pleased to announce our partnership with the company Scanwel Ltd. that will offer our products to customers in the UK and Ireland. Scanwel has many years of experience in the manufacturing and sales of complex vacuum systems and scientific instruments.
Live on AZoNano TV presented by Tom Levesque from the booth of Imina Technologies, discover the miBot nanomanipulator, the way this mobile robot operates to manipulate samples, devices or biological materials under SEM/FIB and optical microscopes.
What is the size of a gambling die, zips around a microscope stage at 2mm/s but can stop on a dime with nanometer precision, then manipulate and probe anything from biological cells to semiconductors, MEMs or LEDs? They are the new miBots from Imina Technologies.