About us

Nanores is a hi-tech, independent research and development laboratory, set to provide the highest quality service and improve standards of cooperation between science and business.

Through the use of state of the art equipment and by creating a team of specialists in various fields (physics, mathematics, chemistry, materials science), we are able to efficiently identify needs and provide the best solutions for our partners.

We are specialised in analysis and modification of structure of conductive and non-conductive materials. Our laboratory is equipped with electron and ion Dual Beam microscopes (SEM/PFIB, SEM/FIB), and Atomic Forces Microscope (AFM) with multiple advanced 2d and 3d imaging modalities. We offer unique ability of surface and volume imaging and analysis in nanometric scale including the identification of the atomic composition. Beforementioned services allow to reveal manufacturing micro and nano defects along with verification of their causes, supporting production optimization processes. We provide services for the production and design of micro and nano prototypes of photonic, mechanical, electronic and other structures.

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We offer a wide range of research and analytical studies of cross-sections of samples after their 3D reconstruction. We develop innovative solutions in the field of nanotechnology, design and development of nano- and microstructures such as photonic crystals (PhC), nano- and microelectromechanical systems (NEMS/MEMS). To ensure the highest quality of our services, actively we participate in training use advanced equipment, which is included in our laboratory. Our basic equipment is microscopes FEI Dual Beam, which combine the ultra-high electron microscope and the ion microscope. Summary ion, gallium microscope (Gallium Focused Ion Beam, Ga-FIB), and xenon (Xenon Plasma Focused Ion Beam, Xe-PFIB) ensures complementarity of the two technologies – as the only company in Poland, we have a microscope DualBeam with xenon plasma beam. The perfect complement is also the atomic force microscope (AFM), working in a wide field of 100 µm.

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Nanores is a team of passion driven people, who support each other, share knowledge and experience and strive for perfection in realisation of unique projects.

We would like to invite companies, universities and creative individuals to join us in collaboration towards realisation of ambitious scientific and business goals.            




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 👌.


Nanores Sp. z o. o. Sp. k.
ul. Bierutowska 57-59
51-317 Wrocław

NIP: 8982212066
REGON: 361709380
KRS: 0000561342

tel. (OFFICE): +48 698 777 921
mail: info@nanores.pl
recruitment: rekrutacja@nanores.pl


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