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FEI Opens Nanotechnology Research Center

NEW YORK, June 28 (GenomeWeb News) - FEI said last week that it has opened NanoPort, a center where the company's technologies can be assessed by potential customers prior to purchase and where outside scientists can meet with company researchers for joint research and development projects.

 

According to FEI, NanoPort features a range of transmission and scanning electron microscopes, as well as ion beam and DualBeam systems, which may be made available to researchers and start-up programs working on select projects.

 

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