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2016: Renowned publisher nature brings pathbreaking results on novel nano3DSense-sensors in September issue of “nature communications” journal

Renowned scientific publisher nature has released in its September issue of “nature communications” journal groundbreaking results on sub-micrometre force sensors for high-speed nanocharacterization and biosensing using novel 3D nanoprinting. Thanks to nano3DSense nanoprinting technology the smallest known and commercially available sensors for force and pressure measuring are provided that are now surpassing in terms of compactness, sensing speed and sensitivity.

 

Nature Communications is a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal published by the influential Nature Publishing Group. According to the “Journal Citation Reports (JCR)”, the journal has a 2015 impact factor of 11.329. In 2012 JCR placed Nature Communications at #3 and “Scientific Reports” at #8 in the top 10 Multidisciplinary Sciences titles.

 

Read article free of charge online on nature.com: “Direct-write nanoscale printing of nanogranular tunnelling strain sensors for sub-micrometre cantilevers”

(Nature Communications 7, Article number: 12487 (2016))

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2016: Nanoss wins German BMBF grant for novel sensors

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Nanoss GmbH receives German BMBF funding (“Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung”) for its next generation gas sensors based on the novel nano3DSense 3D Nanoprinting Technology

 


https://www.bmbf.de/

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2015: TechConnect Innovation Award goes to Nanoss GmbH for highly customizable sensors

TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo 2015, June 14-17, 2015, Washington, DC

Nanoss GmbH receives the renowned TechConnect Innovation Award 2015 for “Novel 3D-Printing on the Nanoscale for Tailored Sensors and Electronics”, Washington, DC

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http://www.techconnectworld.com/World2015/participate/innovation/innovation_awards.html

 

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2015: Nanoss GmbH at TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo, Washington, DC, June 14-17

 

 

Nanoss GmbH at the TechConnect World Innovation Conference:

Talk at Biotech, Medical & Pharma Session: Innovation Spotlights: Medical Devices

http://www.techconnectworld.com/World2015/industry/BiotechPharma_Industry.html

Exhibit:

http://www.techconnectworld.com/World2015/exhibitors.html?sort_by=booth_no
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2015: Nanoss GmbH at HANNOVER MESSE, Germany, April 13-17

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Download our new company profile (both in English and German) “Neue Werkstoffe, Nanotechnologie – Made in Germany” at HANNOVER MESSE 2015, Germany in cooperation with VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure) and BMBF (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung)

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http://www.vditz.de/fileadmin/media/publications/pdf/Neue_Werkstoffe__Nanotechnologie_-_Made_in_Germany-2015.pdf

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2014: Best Sensor Award 2014 for nano3DSense

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Nanoss GmbH wins the ‘Best Sensor Award 2014’ of the renowned ‘Sensors’ magazine for ‘A Tunable Strain Sensor Using Nanogranular Metals’

www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/14/1/1898/pdf

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2013: Nanoss GmbH starts the FP7 EU project FALCON for next generation sensors for highspeed atomic force microscopy (AFM)

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Nanoss GmbH wins EU funding FALCON: Nanoss follows up on the successful EU project ALBICAN and starts the FP7 successor project FALCON for the market introduction phase of the next generation of self-sensing highspeed AFM cantilevers.

Visit project web site: falcon.freesponsible.info

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2012: Nanoss at Sensor & Test Expo, Nürnberg, Germany, May 22-24

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Nanoss at Sensor & Test 2012 in the ‘Sensors and Measuring System GMA/ITG Conference’ with the invited presentation ‘New pathways for pressure and force sensor systems – Strain sensing with nanogranular metals’.

 

 

www.ama-science.org/proceedings/details/749

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2011: nano3DSense starts in the FP7 EU-Projekt ALBICAN for novel sensors

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Nanoss GmbH wins EU funding ALBICAN: The nano3DSense sensor platform enters the field of atomic force microscopy (AFM): Nanoss has successfully started the EU funded FP7 project ALBICAN for the development of novel self-sensing cantilevers for the use in ultrafast atomic force microscopy as well as bio and life science applications.

 

Logo albicanDownload article: Introducing novel Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) with 3D nanoprinting.

 

Visit project web site: http://development.freesponsible.biz

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