What's New on LabWrench - Check Out our New Atomic Force Microscopes Category!

Posted: September 12, 2012

New LabWrench Category

We have been pretty busy this week on LabWrench with the addition of many new instruments as well as a new category; Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM).  AFM is a high-resolution type of microscopy that is best used for applications such as the imaging and measuring of biological samples or other matter at a nanoscale.

Some of the AFMs added to Labwrench so far include:

Agilent Technologies - 5500 AFM, 5600LS, 5500ILM, & 6000ILM

Bruker AXS - Dimension FastScan Bio

Click here to add the Atomic Force Microscopes category to your My Bench Communities. You can receive updates on all new Atomic Force Microscopes products being entered on LabWrench, articles and news feeds relating to the category, and all questions being asked about AFM (you might just know the answer!).

What else is new on LabWrench?

There has been a large focus on the Multimeters category this week as more than 15 products have already been added so far, with more to come.  Are you looking to purchase a new multimeter?  If so, have a look at some of the ones posted this week to see which one best suits your needs.

Agilent Technologies - U1232A, L4411A, & U1242

B&K Precision - 2700 & 2405A

Fluke Corporation - 233, 87V, & 1587/1577

Dwyer Instruments - MM1 & MM-2

 

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James Vandal
Product Research Coordinator
LabX Media Group
jvandal@labx.com

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Kylie Sauve

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Kylie is our Data Manager for LabWrench, working for LabX Media Group since September 2010. Her role involves making sure LabWrench stays maintained as well as keeping it up to date. Her role also includes researching lab equipment, maintaining social media, and assisting users in finding answers to their everyday lab related issues.