Circuit Nano Surgery
Failure Analysis
FIB x TEM + Analysis
Reliability

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We offer free consultation on projects and Live VIDEO conferencing optical microscopy consultations too.

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Nano-Machining of custom 3D structures

Nano fabrication and prototyping applications and customising nanotools using FIB.

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Free LiveOPTCIAL chip inspections during UK lockdown

Why not try something new while you are working from home?

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High Resolution Thermal Imaging

Fault localisation with software enhanced thermal profiling

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FIB Circuit Edit / Design Nano-Surgery

For FABLESS design houses we offer FIB CIRCUIT EDIT services for rapid verification and electrical debug of 1st Silicon.

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Right on Target Analysis

Materials Scientists (Academics and Industrial)

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FIBxTEM Section Lift Out Solutions

A high quality, low cost ex-situ solution for every FIB and FIB-SEM lab.

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Failure Analysis Service

Advanced Microscopy enabled FA services for Semiconductor clients

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Life Scientists & Biologists

Exact CRYO DualBeam Sectioning and Imaging of vitreous frozen biological specimens.

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Nano Apps
Liftout 4 FIB
CRYO Dual Beam
Quick Qual

We are your on-team experts for Nano-Surgery of new chip designs, Nano-Analysis for Failure, Structure, Electrical or Materials problems, and advanced Microscopy of all types.

In addition, our MSL level and Chip Reliability testing services are available to support your production process and customer issues.

Based in Bristol, the NanoScope lab has been supporting Semiconductor, Nanotech and Materials Science development across the UK and Europe for 16 years. We offer access to world-class capabilities and expertise on a fast-turn, commercial and confidential basis, when you need it.

The best results give the clearest data. That’s how we support you to get your product to market faster, with lower risk, and at lower cost. When you need an answer – Better call NanoScope.