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  • Demo the New Jupiter XR Large-Sample AFM at These Upcoming Events in May and June

    Demo the New Jupiter XR Large-Sample AFM at These Upcoming Events in May and June

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  • Jupiter demos coming to University of Wiscons, May 23 and UIUC, June 6

    Jupiter demos coming to University of Wiscons, May 23 and UIUC, June 6

    See the new Jupiter XR large-sample AFM in action! We'll be doing free demonstrations in conjunction with these upcoming events:

    • May 23 at the University of Wisconsin Facilities Day


    • June 6 at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Advanced Characterization Meeting

    The new Jupiter XR Atomic Force Microscope is the first and only large-sample AFM to offer both high-speed imaging and extended range in a single scanner. Jupiter provides complete 200...
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  • Video-Rate AFM Webinar June 7

    Video-Rate AFM Webinar June 7

    Join us for this webinar that presents the latest results and innovations using video-rate atomic force microscopy (AFM) with the Cypher VRS Video-Rate AFM.


    Wednesday, June 7, 8:00am PDT | 11:00 EDT |16:00 BST | 17:00 CEST. Register at: http://www.oxford-instruments.com/afm-webinars
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  • AR Presents the Webinar: AFM Characterization of 2D Materials

    AR Presents the Webinar: AFM Characterization of 2D Materials

    Dr. Andras Kis of EPFL, Institute of Electrical Engineering, and Keith Jones, Asylum Research's nanoelectrical characterization specialist are your hosts. They discuss the integral role of AFM in 2D materials research, and present the tools and techniques used to successfully characterize a variety of 2D materials used for device manufacturing, energy storage and optoelectronics. Learn about AFM modes for mapping physical properties and see how these modes are used to characterize local electrical,...
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  • AR Presents the Webinar: How to Choose the Right Probe for Your AFM Experiments

    AR Presents the Webinar: How to Choose the Right Probe for Your AFM Experiments

    Webinar: How to Choose the Right AFM Probe
    Recorded live on September 8th, 2016

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    Did you know that successful AFM imaging starts with the probe?

    In order to get consistently successful results, AFM probe selection is one of the most important decisions you'll make in your AFM research. But how do you choose from all the possible probes, scan modes, and scanning conditions? Please join us to find out.
    Webinar topics covered:

    • AFM probe fundamentals
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  • Upcoming webinar: "More Than Just Roughness" - June 1st

    Upcoming webinar: "More Than Just Roughness" - June 1st

    Upcoming webinar: "More Than Just Roughness"

    Join the free webinar on June 1 to learn AFM techniques to characterize thin films:

    http://bit.ly/TFAFMWebinar2016



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  • Register Now - McGill Univ Summer School AFM Workshop May 12-13

    Register Now - McGill Univ Summer School AFM Workshop May 12-13



    Advanced Techniques for Measuring Nanoelectrical and Nanomechanical Properties: Materials and Life Sciences

    The aim of the workshop is to enhance the knowledge and experience of the local atomic force microscopy (AFM) user community. The workshop is ideal for those that have some AFM experience and would like to elevate their skills for use in their own research.


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    Mornings: Lectures
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  • Dennis Discher Elected to National Academy Of Medicine

    Dennis Discher Elected to National Academy Of Medicine

    "Our Asylum AFMs have been 'bread & butter' tools for my lab's measurements of tissue, matrix, and gel micro-mechanics for about 15 years, helping us to understand processes such as stem cell mechanosensing in differentiation. One of many 'fortunate outcomes' for me from that dozen years of AFM-facilitated work has been recent election to the National Academy of Medicine. Thanks to Asylum for all the help along the way!" - Dennis Discher Dennis Discher Elected to National Academy Of Medicine ...
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  • Call for Papers - MRS Spring Abstract Deadline 10/15

    Call for Papers - MRS Spring Abstract Deadline 10/15

    Technical Sessions





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  • New Sample Heating Capability for Asylum's MFP-3D Origin AFM

    New Sample Heating Capability for Asylum's MFP-3D Origin AFM

    New Sample Heating Capability for Asylum's MFP-3D Origin AFM

    August 24, 2015 - Oxford Instruments Asylum Research announces the release of a new high temperature sample heater accessory for the MFP-3D Origin™ AFM. The Origin is Asylum’s most affordable AFM and has proven very popular with new professors and other researchers looking to stretch their research budgets while still getting a high performance, reliable AFM with future upgrade potential. With the release of the new PolyHeater™...
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