Dr. Tommaso Baldacchini is developing technology for microfabrication and micromachining, creating structures with features on the scale of 100 nm.
Students take the lead with the Phenom scanning electron microscope (SEM) in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at the University of Tennessee.
Jitka Färberová of the Department of Nonwovens at the Technical University of Liberec used the Phenom SEM to test and analyze nonwoven textile structures including electrospinning products consisting of nanofibers.
The Textile Engineering, Chemistry, and Science (TECS) Department of the College of Textiles at North Carolina State University provides undergraduate education and research, plus graduate-level research opportunities in polymers, fibers, and textiles.
Peter Guercio and his colleagues at GMSI evaluate CVD Processing for Thin Films with the Phenom SEM.
Video interview with Mike Blok from Project NANO, describing a nanoscience outreach program that has impacted 10,000 high school students.
Johnson & Johnson uses the Phenom SEM for pharmaceutical R&D.