AFM BioMed Conference

 

 


WORKSHOP 1

Presenter: Ian Armstrong

The Dimension FastScan-Bio AFM allows direct visualization of biomolecules with an unprecedented combination of spatial and temporal resolution. The FastScan AFM is easier to use than ever before with innovative software that allows image canvas pan and zoom, and image stamping to quickly get to an area of interest. A slider bar facilitates scan rate control without the need of multiparametric adjustment to enable the user to capture dynamic events. Nano-tracking software continuously tracks an object to remain in the scanning field of view to compensate for either intrinsic or extrinsic sample movement. Realtime on-board data manipulation allows the user to create movies whilst they are scanning to see immediate results. These features and more will be demonstrated on Origami DNA samples courtesy of Dr. Masudur Rahman and Dr. Michael Norton of Marshall University.

WHERE: ROOM 1013

WHEN: SATURDAY 12/13/14

TIME: 10am-12pm

 

To register for Workshop 1: CLICK HERE

 

 

 

WORKSHOP 2

Presenter: Andrea Slade 

Our latest BioScope AFM is the perfect integration of AFM and inverted light microscopy. It incorporates Bruker’s latest Peak Force Tapping innovations including the new nanomechanics package, which significantly expands mechanobiology applications into a lower modulus range covering live cells and tissues. With its open access design, and bio friendly features and accessories, the latest BioScope AFM is the most integrated and easiest to use life science AFM available. The workshop will include a real-time demonstration of the functional integration of light microscopy techniques with AFM in order to conduct optically guided, high-resolution mapping of both the structural and mechanical properties of mammalian cells.

WHERE: ROOM 1013

WHEN: SATURDAY 12/13/14

TIME: 2pm-4pm

 

To register for Workshop 2:  CLICK HERE

 

 

 

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