Park Systems Europe announces: 33 Years of AFM – 33% OFF on your NEXT AFM
Park Systems Europe, as a leading nanoscientific company devoted to innovative science and nanotechnology, is proud to contribute to the research growth in Europe, and dedicates a remarkable discount to all academic research facilities in Europe for new atomic force microscopy (AFM) equipment!
Exactly 33 years ago Gerd Binnig, Calvin Quate and Christoph Gerber published the first paper on Atomic Force Microscopy, ever in history!
For this special occasion, Park Systems Europe would like to honor the inventors of AFM technology and offer a remarkable discount of 33% on the research product line of Park’s AFMs!
Why do they do so? It is simple – because THEY CARE. Their mission is to contribute to impactful science and technological development that helps the humanity to grow and improve life standards. That is why supporting researchers and scientific innovators around Europe is their priority.
With Park’s high-performance scientific instruments, they help to explore new phenomena in chemistry, materials, physics, life sciences, semiconductor and data storage. Cutting-edge AFM automation and the highest data accuracy enables to become more efficient, more accurate and more productive at your work.
Please visit 33AFM.parksystems.com to learn more about this special offer.
The NanoScientific Lab of Park Systems Europe was found in 2017 in Mannheim, Germany. Since then they serve the scientific community in Europe with best possible application and technical support and service. Following the growing impact of the European Scientific Community, in March 2019 Park Systems Europe opened a further office of Park Systems France, in Orsay, France. With that expansion they have realized how important it is to understand the specific needs and challenges of each regional market. With local offices for Germany, Switzerland, Austria, France, Spain and Portugal, as well as business partners around Europe, the team at Park Systems Europe delivers targeted and tailored support to our customers and valuable researchers. Visit www.parksystems.com for more information.
To support the scientific community of Europe even stronger, Park Systems Europe and NanoScientific Journal, sponsor the annual NanoScientific Forums Europe (NSFE).
This open AFM/SPM USER FORUM showcases advanced AFM applications and methodology, creating a link between research needs and technological solutions, driven by voice from the field. This year NSFE 2019 will take place in Bologna, Italy, September 11-13. Similar to last year, it will focus on sharing and exchanging the cutting-edge research for both materials and life science disciplines using Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM). For more information go to www.parksystems.com/NSFE2019