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Press Releases from NanoAndMore USA Corp. (4 total)

NanoAndMore USA now selling Nanotools HDC AFM probes

Lady’s Island, SC, November 10, 2008 - NanoAndMore USA, Inc. has added one more quality manufacturer’s AFM probes to its most comprehensive inventory in the Americas. A distribution arrangement has been entered with nanotools™ GmbH, a manufacturer of specialty probes utilizing EBD to create consistently uniform high density carbon (HDC) tips. A thorough selection of high aspect ratio and metrology high resolution probes (2nm ROC) with extremely good wear characteristics

NANOANDMORE USA, INC. ANNOUNCES AMERICAN DISTRIBUTION CONTRACT WITH BIOFORCE NAN …

Success of Sales by NanoAndMore GmbH led to Signing Lady’s Island, SC, June 2, 2008 – NanoAndMore USA, Inc. the North and South American distribution arm of NanoWorld Holding, AG, today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement for the US market with BioForce Nanosciences Holdings, Inc. (OTC BB: BFNH), a producer of integrated biological and mechanical systems for life science researchers at the micro and nano scales.

NanoAndMore USA is Named Master Distributor by Lyncée tec

Lady’s Island, South Carolina, January 19, 2007 - NanoAndMore USA, a distributor of nanotechnology products including atomic force microscope (AFM) probes, today announced that it has been named as the exclusive Master Distributor for the US by Lyncée tec, the Swiss manufacturer of Digital Holographic Microscopes. The Digital Holographic Microscopes do everything interferometric measuring instruments do, but it is done faster and better – in real time at up to 50,000

NanoAndMore USA is Named Master Distributor by NanoSight

Lady’s Island, South Carolina, January 22, 2007 - NanoAndMore USA, a distributor of nanotechnology products including atomic force microscope (AFM) probes, today announced that it has been named as the exclusive Master Distributor for the US by NanoSight, the British manufacturer of particle size analyzers. These nano-particle size analyzers do what PCS and other light scattering methods do but they go one step further. They track every particle and report on

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