Bruker AFM Webinar - Studying Dynamic Biological Processes - October 24th

Atomic Force Microscopy Webinar Series - Combining High-Resolution and High-Speed Imaging For Studying Dynamic Biological Processes

Atomic Force Microscopy Webinar Series

Combining High-Resolution and High-Speed Imaging For Studying Dynamic Biological Processes

Webinar Date & Time

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Morning Broadcast, 8:00 AM PDT*


Dimension FastScan Bio AFMDimension FastScan Bio AFM
Presenter - Dr. Andrea Slade
Presenter Andrea Slade, BSc, Ph.D. Life Science Applications Scientist, Bruker Nano Surfaces

Webinar Overview

The ability of atomic force microscopy (AFM) to obtain high-resolution images of biological molecules, under near-physiological conditions, remains unmatched by other techniques. Historically, however, the typically longer acquisition times required to obtain a single high-resolution image has limited the advancement of AFM for dynamic studies. The Dimension FastScan Bio™ AFM is the first commercial AFM that not only allows high–resolution imaging of biomolecules at timescales relevant to dynamic biological processes (up to 3 frames per second) but has also been designed to accommodate the specific sample and environmental requirements of biological studies.

In this webinar we will present the FastScan-Bio AFM system and discuss the many application areas, from molecular to cell biology, in which this new standard in AFM imaging is creating opportunities for investigating biological dynamics in real-time and at the nanoscale.

The live broadcast will include a fully-interactive Q&A session to answer all of your applications questions. Register today to reserve your seat.

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