Scuba Probe joins the Citris Foundry Cohort


Scuba Probe joins the CITRIS Foundry Innovation Incubator. CITRIS provides a dedicated co-working space and mentors for creating road maps in technology, marketing, and team organization.

Learn more about the CITRIS Foundry here.

Scuba participates in SLAM


Hosted by UC Berkeley, Scuba Probe Technologies was invited to participate in a seminar/workshop for Science Leadership and Management (SLAM).

Our Plug-and-Play Solution for using SPT-EL on the Bruker Multimode

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Our SPT-EL cantilevers are compatible with most commercial AFMs. We have custom solutions for a variety of platforms including the Bruker Multimode. For more details click here.


Scuba participates in LINC


Scuba Probe participated in the Berkeley Lab Postdoc Association’s newest program LINC (Lab-Industry Network Connection). Our co-founder, Paul Ashby, shared his experience with our company and was a panelist for the event.

Scuba Probe is looking to hire a MEMS/NEMS Engineer


Scuba Probe Technologies embraces creative thinking and intellectual curiosity to help drive the capabilities of scanning probe microscopy. We have a collaborative culture that fosters innovation and we are looking for an engineer to join our team!

More details about the job posting can be found here.

Scuba Probe is awarded a DOE Phase IIB SBIR grant


Scuba Probe Technologies was awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant by the Department of Energy (DOE Phase IIB) to develop and commercialize SPM probes for quantitative electrical and electrochemical characterization in liquids.

A recent publication highlights encased cantilevers











Check out our recent publication highlighting a new feature of encased cantilevers. Electrostatic actuation results in textbook-like Lorentzian peaks in vacuum, air and liquids. Calibration of optical lever sensitivity is no longer required since target amplitudes are set directly by choosing the drive voltage.

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Scuba joins QB3 Incubator


Scuba at QB3

Photo QB3 lab Space

Scuba Probe Technologies becomes a resident of the QB3 Garage. This incubator space at Stanley Hall on the UC Berkeley Campus offers more laboratory and desk space to further growth the company.