Angstrom is not only the unit that measures atom sizes, but also the name of a Swedish physicist that recorded and studied the variations of terrestrial magnetic fields all over the world. This week, Qnami sets base in the historic university of Uppsala, where Anders Angstrom studied and became professor. We will join 800 scientists for the 2019 edition of the Joint European Magnetic Symposium. We look forward to meet you there and discuss how to measure magnetic fields with Angstrom resolution.

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