We’ve used our Data Visualisation feature to show the overview of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM). This graphical representation of the search results provides you with an accessible way to understand trends, patterns, and outliers from the extensive SciLeads data.
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In this chart which details which tradeshows Atomic Force Microscopy researchers attend, you can see that the American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring has had 4.3k researchers present and ACS Fall has had 3.5k. The Material Research Society (MRS) Fall is a close third with 3.3k researchers.
The Data Visualisation feature provides a high-level overview of the statistics, whereas users can also click the ‘Researcher Tab’ in the SciLeads platform to explore the poster talk sessions in more detail.
As you can see, the US has had the most researchers for AFM with 11.6k, followed by China with 9.6k. The UK and Germany both have 4.1k.
A deep dive into the data shows that the state of California has by far the most researchers with 3.0k. Followed by New York with 1.7k researchers.
Our curated data shows that the total number of funding awards granted since 2012 for AFM is 9.4k. The Data Visualisation of this information shows that the funding amount had been steadily rising to then peak in 2018 at $411.2m. It is interesting that the funding then dipped, most likely because it was diverted to COVID-19 research. In 2021 the amount started to rise again to reach $283.2m.
Note - the results show in USD the total of all grants that appear in the search (other currencies are standardized to USD).
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