Nanoscience Analytical expands laboratory capabilities and team

December 15, 2021

Nanoscience Analytical, headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, has expanded its laboratory capabilities and team to accommodate its growing customer base. The analytical company offers a wide range of services to diverse markets, and includes microscopy services and elemental analysis.

The expansion of its electron microscopy offerings includes a field emission SEM, automated SEM analysis and TEM imaging offering 0.8 Angstrom resolution. Automated SEM provides statistical analysis of particles or features combining morphological data and elemental analysis. Reports can be designed for various applications and industries. Standard reports that already exist are used for Additive Manufacturing, technical cleanliness and metal quality analysis.

The expansion of laboratory personnel includes the appointment of Jacqueline Harding, PhD as Laboratory Director. She is a chemist with a diverse background in material science including biomaterial device fabrication, heterogenous catalysis, and surface science.

Additionally, three PhD material scientists have recently joined the laboratory team to leverage backgrounds in battery and fuel cell device fabrication, medical device preparation, and advanced characterisation of nanomaterials utilising microscopy and surface science analysis. The recent additions build on a team of electrospinning scientists with experience developing innovative solutions for nanofiber and particle material development applications.

“It’s amazing to see how quickly our additional staff and their experience and insights have helped to develop our contract R&D, method development, and analytical services,” stated Mark Flowers, president of Nanoscience Analytical. “With the breadth of knowledge our new scientists bring, as well as the cutting-edge instruments added to our lab, we are even better equipped to create new methods, develop novel materials, and expand the possibilities for our customers across a multitude of applications.”

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