In this workshop, our speakers discuss leading-edge techniques and applications of BioAFM technology and how Bruker's BioAFM solutions support groundbreaking life sciences research.
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is an advanced multi-parametric imaging technique that not only enables the 3D imaging of the topography of living biological systems in the nm-range, but also the characterization of the nanomechanical properties of cells and tissues and the visualization of structural changes taking place at the molecular level.
AFM has established itself as a powerful technique increasingly being featured in high-impact papers on basic cell biology or biomedical sciences. It can be fully integrated into advanced light microscopy techniques and seamlessly combined with fluorescence, confocal and super-resolution microscopy.
Our guest speakers will provide insights into their work using AFM and the impact it is having in life science and biomedical research.
This event was recorded on: April 28, 2021
Núria Gavara, Ph.D., University of Barcelona
Thomas Fuhs, Ph.D., Peter Debye Institute of Soft Matter Physics, the University of Leipzig