Nanores ended the Innovation Manager Academy program

Nanores Sp. z o.o. Sp. k. participated in the training and consulting program the Innovation Manager Academy, which raised the competences of employees in the field of creating and implementing innovations in the enterprise. Participation in the program was co-financed from European Funds.


EDS elemental analysis

Colored photos rarely appear on our website. After all, the electron microscope differs from the optical one 😉. This time, however, we will probably surprise you. One of our intern wanted to check the quality of the copper layer that the molybdenum wire was covered with (check out our last post). For this purpose she made a cross-section of the wire using our XePFIB microscope and analyzed the elemental composition using the EDS (Energy-Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy) method. Thanks to this she could confirm that the copper plating was successful and the surface was covered with a continuous layer of metal.
EDS elemental analysis is a great tool to verify the production processes of, for example, thin layers, or to determine the distribution of elements in the sample volume. More information about the test is available here. Check it out 🙂!


From the internship journal

From internship journal 🙂.
We present the molybdenum wire after copper plating in edetic acid. What you can see is the crystallized copper salt.
The galvanization was carried out with the hydrated copper sulphate and complexing agent, precisely edetic acid, and with the use of formalin as a catalyst. It seems that copper plating is sufficient for further work Well done 👌.


Artistic FEBID/FIBID structure

At Nanores we use FEBID/FIBID (Focused Electron or Ion Beam Induced Deposition) every day to proctect the very top layers of samples before exposure to ion beam. Sometimes we use it as physical or electrical connection for some other projects of ours. This time, one of our Interns created something that is more of an piece of art rather than another prosaic structure. Don't you think it looks interesting?


GaFIB modification of gallium based material

Have you ever wondered what happens when a gallium-based material is modified with a focused beam of ions of the same element?
In the photo you can see the effect of just such an event.
Gallium grains precipitated under the modified GaAs surface and they are not small at all. Sometimes this may be expected, but it usually crosses our scientific plans. If we want to avoid this, we should modify the samples with a beam of another element, like xenon plasma.
Such a solution in Poland is only possible in our laboratory and we are proud of it and constantly improve our skills.
We invite you to cooperation!


Happy Easter!

Nanores Team wishes everybody a peaceful and safe Easter holidays!
Stay healthy :).


Nanores starts Innovation Manager Academy

Nanores Sp. z o.o. Sp. k. participates in the training and consulting program the Innovation Manager Academy, which aims to provide participants with knowledge and skills in the field of innovation management in the enterprise. Participation in the program is co-financed from European Funds.


Nanores in Formnext Expo in Frankfurt

Last week Nanores participated in Formnext Expo in Frankfurt ­– a leading exhibition and conference dedicated to additive manufacturing and all of its upstream and downstream processes. A number of 852 exhibitors of all sectors showed their best sides, starting with micrographed powder beads, visualization software for your CAD projects, 3D printers and components, to finish with fully shaped 3D models in all nano, micro or macro scales.

We are happy to be part of this event gathering over 34K visitors! Thank you and see you next year!



InterNanoPoland 2019

InterNanoPoland 2019 – Another edition of the largest scientific and business conference in Poland dedicated exclusively to nanotechnology has already ended.

We would like to thank the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Support Foundation NANONET for organizing the event!

#ClusterNanotechnologie #Nanores  #XTPL #Nanonet #ŚląskiKlasterNano #nanotechnologia


Laboratory Night Nanores 2019

Laboratory Night Wrocław 2019 !
The only one such night of the year !

This Saturday we will make our laboratories available for you. Together we will discover unknown lands of the micro-world.

Nanores has the only one microscope in Poland with a xenon plasma beam ! 

We work on 4 different microscopes: electron microscope with xenon plasma, electron microscope with gallium ion gun, light microscope and atomic force microscopy.

1,000,000 – one million is the highest magnification ever achieved on one of our microscopes.

See you in Nanores!