Binnig

Binnig

(German ˈbiniɡ)
n
(Biography) Gerd (Karl). born 1947, German physicist: shared the Nobel prize for physics (1986) for work on the superconductivity of semiconductors and development of the scanning tunnelling microscope
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At the time, Joachim Binnig, head of technology development, reported the company had very good feedback on the technology.
German Gerd Binnig and Swiss Heinrich Rohrer were awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for their invention in 1986.
Zurich by Gerd Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer, for which they shared the
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developed by Professor Gerd Binnig, the 1986 Nobel Laureate in Physics,
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The invention of scanning tunneling microscopy is dated back to 1981, when Gerd Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer built the first scanning tunneling microscope [8].
Definiens proprietary Cognition Network Technology was developed by Professor Gerd Binnig, the 1986 Nobel Laureate in Physics, and unlocks information from cancer tissue samples by measuring the identity, locations and, most importantly, the relationships between the many and varied components of the complex tumour microenvironment.
Find out about the people listed and create a digital story using MovieMaker, iMovie or Photostory software: Norio Taniguchi, Eric Drexler, Gerd Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer, Gerd Binnig, Calvin Quote and Christoph Gerber.
For example, Binnig, Rohrer, and colleagues generated public resources with their invention of the STM and AFM.
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