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Attend an Atomic Force Microscopy eSeminar!


Agilent Technologies is proud to announce two all-new AFM eSeminars this spring. These one-hour live events will be led by some of the most prestigious scientists in their respective fields. The unique Agilent eSeminar format includes an open Q&A session in which all online attendees are welcome to query the presenters.



Spring 2008 eSeminars


AFM Imaging in Liquids

May 7th at 13:00 CET

David Kaftan, PhD Assoc. Professor at University of South Bohemia Nove Hrady Czech Republic

Gerald Kada, PhD Sr Application Scientist Agilent Technologies


Attaining high resolution AFM images in liquid can be challenging. This seminar will discuss AFM imaging techniques for soft samples in aqueous buffers and how to obtain detailed structural information for biological samples in their native, physiological environments - For example, nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells and subcellular structures





Higher Harmonic Imaging with AFM

May 28th at 13:00 CET


Peter Hinterdorfer, PhD Professor of Biophysics, University of Linz

Gerald Kada, PhD Sr. Application Scientist, Agilent Technologies


Learn all about the utilization of this exciting new imaging mode for surface characterization and life science studies! At this seminar, we will discuss how harmonic imaging works, the range of information it can provide about your sample, and harmonic-related data collection and analysis.


Join us for one or more of these exciting live events!


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Agilent eSeminars feature a user-friendly, web-based conferencing system that allows you and your colleagues to take part in real-time, interactive presentations on subjects that are pertinent to your work.

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