Bruker Seminar during AFM BioMed 2011


 Bruker Life Science Seminar
-Experience the Future of AFM-
 
As a longstanding partner to the scientific community, Bruker is honored to be the main sponsor of the 2011 AFM Biomed Conference.
  
Bruker designs and manufactures an extensive line of application-focused Scanning Probe Microscopes that enable scientists to conduct cutting-edge research in the fields of: Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Nanotechnology Research.
 
The AFM BioMed Conference is designed to explore and discuss life science and nanomedicine applications, and particularly how Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) addressed the relevant biological bottlenecks and provides innovative solutions for healthcare.
 
You are invited to join us for an informative and interactive half day seminar to learn more about the latest Bruker’s innovations in Life Science on Tuesday 23rd August 2011 in Paris (France) just before the AFM BioMed Conference.
 
Place: Institut Curie - 12, Rue Lhomond - 75005 Paris - France
 
Advances in research are often enabled by new technologies. Please join us for a day of scientific presentations coupled with hands-on laboratory time from Bruker’s best BioApplications Scientists. This sessions will specifically focus on: the investigation of living cells and the advantages of using AFM simultaneously with advanced light microscopy, exploration of cells’ and other biological samples mechanical properties at the nanoscale, including opportunities for adhesion, deformation, dissipation or elasticity at a high resolution and in a quantitative manner, and finally how high-speed AFM can enable new information on biological samples through understanding both dynamics and statistics. Additionally, Bruker will display its latest innovations: The BioScope Catalyst, the MultiMode® 8 and the Dimension FastScan™. These systems represent the latest generation of the world's most widely selected AFMs.
 
Space is limited, so Register Today!
 
>> To see the seminar preliminary agenda, click here
 
>> To register, click here
 
>> For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us
 
>> For further information on AFM BioMed Conference, click here
 
 
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