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  Q2 2014

2014 International Conference on Nanoscience + Technology (ICN+T)
July 20th ~ 25th
Colorado, USA

58th 248th ACS National Meeting & Exposition
August 10th ~ 14th
San Francisco, USA

The Biophysical Society of Japan 2014
September 25th ~ 27th
Sapporo, Japan


 Park Presents NanoTechnology Advances Thru Innovative AFM Design

 Automatic Defect Review for Semiconductor Wafer

 Park European Users Meeting 2014

Enabling Nanoscale Advances
Featured Application: Automatic Defect Review for Semiconductor Wafers - An Astounding 1,000% Throughput Increase
The new 300mm bare wafer ADR provides a fully automated defect review process by AFM from transfer and alignment of defect maps to the survey and zoom-in scan imaging of defects that uses a unique remapping process that does not require any reference marker on a sample wafer. Unlike SEM which leaves destructive irradiation marks, square-shaped, on defect sites after its run, the new Park ADR AFM enables advanced coordinate translation with enhanced vision that uses the wafer edge and notch to automatically enable the linkage between a defect inspection tool and Park AFM. Since it is fully automated, it does not require any separate step to calibrate the stage of the targeted defect inspection system, increasing throughput by up to 1,000 percent. READ MORE
 Featured Product: Park NX-Wafer
Park Systems, a leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopy (AFM) products announces Park NX-Wafer, a revolutionary AFM design for bare wafer manufacturing that fully automates the automatic defect review process and increases production throughput by an astounding 1,000%. Park NX-Wafer produces sub-Angstrom roughness measurements for the flattest substrates and wafers with tip-to-tip variation of less than 2%, for the first time ever in the entire history of the semiconductor industry.
 Park Cover Story: Microscopy & Analysis
In this issue, Park Systems shows the world's first observation of rat tracheal tissue in an aqueous environment.

By using Park XE-Bio SICM, Professor Ushiki and his team from Niigata University have successfully imaged the hair-like cells of rat tracheal issue in liquid.
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