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TechNano Fund leads € 2M investment round in Amsterdam Scientific Instruments B.V.

Posted on June 6, 2019. Expansion capital for next-generation imaging technology company Amsterdam, NL – Amsterdam Scientific Instruments B.V. (‘ASI’), a leading vendor of advanced camera systems for X-ray imaging and electron microscopy, has received an investment from a consortium of investors led by TechNano Fund. Alongside this transaction the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) and […]

Review for “A nanocrystalline monoclinic CaCO3 precursor of metastable aragonite”

We are happy that our Medipix single-electron detector for electron diffraction tomography (EDT), helps scientists once again with determining crystal structure efficiently and reliably. Based on their findings, scientists from Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungary, and their collaborators, have proposed that monoclinic aragonite (mAra) is a widespread crystalline CaCO3 that plays an unrecognized key […]

ASI welcomes new channel partner TechnoS Instruments

We’re happy to announce that TechnoS Instruments is a now a recognized channel partner os Amsterdam Scientific Instruments. TechnoS is a Technology based Solutions company, providing advanced materials processing and characterization solutions through our offices and partners across India and abroad. Founded by graduates from one of the World’s best Institutes, “Indian Institute of Technology”, […]

ASI will attend the ichsip-32 conference

ASI will be present at the Ichsip-32 conference in Enschede and we’ll bring a demo version of the TPX3Cam. If you’re curious about what this camera can do for your research come and meet us there. Have a look here to see an impression:

An Extra-Large-Pore Zeolite with 24 8 8-Ring Channels Using a Structure-Directing Agent Derived

Researchers from Sweden and China have synthesized a new large pore zeolite SYSU‐3. Continuos rotation electron diffraction, with ASI’s sensitive direct electron detector, was used to determine the atomic structure of the zeolite. To further investigate chemical properties and to study binding interactions, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance was used. These techniques can complement each other increasing […]