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Deben announce that their tensile stage has been selected by GETec & Nanosurf for their AFSEM correlative AFM and SEM product

The combination of complementary techniques is a key success factor for gaining new…

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The University of Oxford’s Materials Department uses Deben μXCT stages to characterise engineering materials.

Professor James Marrow leads a research group specialising in the structure-property relationship of…

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CRM Group in Belgium uses a Deben three point bending stage in the development of new steel & coated steel products for automotive.

CRM Group  has  facilities  in Liège and  Gent  in  Belgium  where  R&D  and …

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The CT Scanner Facility at Stellenbosch University in South Africa applies Deben tensile stages in X-ray CT analysis.

Dr  Anton  du  Plessis  is  Manager  of  the CT  Scanner  Facility  at  Stellenbosch …

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Deben ensure the future of In-situ Microscopy at Oxford University

Deben are sponsors of: “The Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis” (LIMA) in the Oxford University Department of Engineering Science. Deben are proud to be associated with LIMA and expect the close relationship to assist in the development of new innovative products for in-situ testing.

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DHBW Heidenheim apply μCT scanning to study reinforced plastics using a Peltier Coolstage from Deben.

Professor Nico Blessing is Engineering Programme Director at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University…

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