IBM and Imago find a crucial difficulty in semiconductor device scaling
In 1959, Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman presented a talk entitled There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom. Feynman concluded that there was no physical reason why humans couldn't manipulate atoms. However, if atomic manipulation is achieved the question of observing the new atom positions remai...
Japanese institute installs Imago system
Madison, Wis. -- A microscope developed by a Madison company to pinpoint individual atoms and to produce an electron image has been put to use by a Japanese organization and will be showcased at an upcoming symposium in California.
The device, the LEAP 3000 Metrology System, is made by Imago
UW-Madison helps Imago carry out its big vision for seeing small
LEAP Microscope Source: Imago
Madison, Wis. -- Up close, Imago
Scientific Instrument's atom probe is a veritable jungle of glinting steel, glowing ports and snaking hoses and wires. This microscope that lets scientists peer at the very atoms that compose matter does so by an intric...
Northwestern adds to its Imago microscope
LEAP Microscope Source: Imago
Madison, Wis. - Imago
Scientific Instruments , a Madison-based provider of atom probe tomographic microscopes and nanotechnology solutions, has added another piece, the Laser Pulse module, to its LEAP 3000X microscope at Northwestern University .
Investors commit $3.4 million to Imago
Madison, Wis. - Two weeks after solidifying its global market position with a key acquisition, Imago
Scientific Instruments Thursday boosted its line of working capital as well. The company announced that it will receive $3.4 million in equity funding from three venture capital sources.
Seagate adopts Imago's nanotech microscope
... The imago
LEAP Microscope Source: imago
MADISON, Wis. Mass storage vendor Seagate Techn...ology is using nanotechnology from Madison-based imago
Scientific Instruments to meet the manufacturing ...
Imago provides atomic probe to Australian lab
...le of visualized data at the atomic scale. Source: imago
The Nanostructural Analysis Network Organisation...commissioned an instrument built by Madison-based imago
Scientific Instruments Corp.
NANO officials sa...tom by atom to collect data about the composition. imago
says its technology can deliver results in hours. ...
Five remaining firms vie for Tech Transfer award
...cow bedding and non-odorous liquid fertilizer
Scientific Instruments , Madison, a manufacturer o... are as a company," said Stultz, who has been with imago
for about two years. The company started in 1998 a...ago's flagship product, the LEAP microscope, which imago
has been shipping since June 2003 to customers suc...
Alzheimer's drug firm and more winners named in Wisconsin business-plan contest
...ard was not principally for technology innovation, but for leadership.
: tech transfer in nanotechnology . This Madison firm that sells an atom pr...pplicants were required to be small businesses with 100 employees or fewer; imago
Behind the judging
The contest's 46 judges were investors and e...
Engineers chart semiconductors on the scale of atoms
...Larson and Tom Kelly of the Madison-based company imago
Scientific Instruments , used Imago's local electr...e and engineering, he left the university to start imago
with Larson, then a graduate student. To create im...uld be Imago's LEAP instrument," says Booske. "So, imago
provided the instrument facility and Keith and I w...