Nanophoton Korea will join the Korean Carbon Society conference 2020. Please visit our booth.
DATE: 16(Thu)-17(FRI), July ,2020 LOCATION: KCTECH Education center ADDRESS: 106, Wonmanseong-ro, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Republic of Korea
In light of the global coronavirus outbreak, The conference is continually monitoring and adhering to the recommendations of the WHO, Korean government and local health authorities. And we are continually strengthening our efforts and measures in addition to the countermeasures for the safety and security of all visitors.
As we are experiencing the rapid spread of COVID-19 on a global, Nanophoton deals with this challenging situation. We ensure that all members stay healthy and do their work. Nanophoton take preventive actions to ensure continuity of business operations.
We are committed to providing our customers’ answers. Please give a call or e-mail to us as usual.
If you want to measure a sample, please send it to our nearest office by courier or other. You don’t need to visit our showroom.
If you want our demonstration, we can support you using video conference system. Especially, for the new customer, we would like to introduce you how to measure and operate the instrument by online.
We will do our best to provide our service using video as much as possible.
“RAMANwalk” has launched on April 1. Please visit here for details.
If you need our support, please feel free to contact us.
[Nanophoton Desk] Tokyo Showroom: TEL +81-3-6432-4881 Osaka R & D Center: TEL +81-6-6878-9911 Seoul Showroom: TEL + 82-31-703-4525 Beijing Office: TEL + 86-10-68483066 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nanophoton is excited to announce the introduction of RAMANwalk as planned at JASIS 2019. RAMANwalk is a new scanning system of Raman microscope that has incorporated mathematical, scientific, and informatic theories. This new instrument is equipped with Nanophoton’s advanced laser scanning technic. Not only the machine has the ability to freely scan without moving the stage, but also the laser beam flies over the screen at high-speed scanning and measures the first detected sample in a very short period of time.
RAMANwalk, laser scanning Raman microscope, is designed in a compact size which the width of the system is only 298 mm. Nanophoton’s sophisticated and functional design enables the users to operate the machine more conveniently.
Kawata, our representative chairman, was published in Nanoindustry, a Russian industrial magazine.
Journal Nanoindustry (http://www.nanoindustry.su/) is a Russian periodical issue devoted to nanomaterials, nanoelectronics, nanosensors and nanodevices, nanostructures and nanomaterials diagnostic, nanobiotechnologies, and medicine nanotechnologies applications.
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