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  • Free AFM Workshop at Harvard Sept. 30-Oct. 1

    Free AFM Workshop at Harvard Sept. 30-Oct. 1

    Harvard AFM Workshop Sept. 30-Oct. 1

    Thursday, September 30 Lectures in Haller Hall, Room 102 Lectures 9am to 5pm with a focus on nanomechanics from “Cells to Semiconductors” will be given by a variety of leading researchers in the AFM field. Topics include: • Nanoindenting • Elasticity Mapping • Mechanical Biomarkers • Cell Mechanics on the nm Scale • Coxial and Triaxial Tips for Nanotechnology • Electrical Characterization Including Piezoresponse Force ...
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  • AFM in Biology Class Nov. 3-5, 2010

    AFM in Biology Class Nov. 3-5, 2010

    Asylum Research will hold its next AFM in Biology Class Nov. 3-5, 2010 in Santa Barbara, CA. Topics include: • Basic AFM operation • Biological sample preparation and interpretation of AFM data • Choosing cantilevers • Imaging samples in air and fluids: from molecules to cells • Force measurements: intramolecular forces and stiffness measurements • Simultaneous AFM and optical microscopy techniques, including fluorescence and phase contrast • Recognizing artifacts Ha...
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  • Images Wanted—Materials Today 2010 Cover Competition

    Images Wanted—Materials Today 2010 Cover Competition

    Asylum Users,
    Here's your chance to get your AFM image on the cover—of Materials Today. Details can be found on the Materials Today website.

    We are always interested in the research you are doing on your Asylum AFM system. Should you have a cool image from your research, please send it to Terry Mehr. Images should be tif or jpg and should include the image caption and affiliation (we also appreciate getting the original IBW file). Your image would be posted in our gallery and...
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  • August Events, Technical Talks and Workshops

    August Events, Technical Talks and Workshops

    Asylum will be giving technical talks and exhibiting at events worldwide this August. All current shows and events can also be found on our website.

    Single Molecular and Sub-zeptoliter Thermal Probing with Ztherm
    M&M Meeting
    Technical Talk
    Wednesday, Aug. 4, 11:00am
    Room 114

    ISAF-ECAPD, Edinburg, UK
    Aug. 9-12
    See us at Booth F3

    MRS, Cancun Aug. 15-20 See us at the Micra Nanotecnologia Booth. ...
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  • Free AFM Workshop at Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia July 9

    Free AFM Workshop at Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia July 9

    Recent AFM Advancements for Materials and Life Science Workshop Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia July 9, 2010 9:30am-12:30pm Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Atomic Force F&E, and Asylum Research are pleased to sponsor this free workshop that will focus on the recent advancements in atomic force microscopy for materials and life science applications. Lectures will include discussion on new instrumentation, technology and real-world application examples. The free work...
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  • Mexico AFM Seminar—July 19-22

    Mexico AFM Seminar—July 19-22

    Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares (ININ), the Asociaciَn Mexicana de Microscopيa, Micra Nanotechnologia and Asylum Research are pleased to sponsor the first AFM Seminar to be held at the ININ in Ocoyoacac, Mexico, July 19-22. This seminar will include tutorial topics, invited talks and equipment demonstrations (on the Cypher™ AFM) from leaders in the field of scanning probe/atomic force microscopy. It is ideal for all students, faculty and researchers interested in learning...
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  • Call for Abstracts- Int'l Workshop for SPM for Energy Applications

    Call for Abstracts- Int'l Workshop for SPM for Energy Applications

    Abstracts for contributed talks and posters are now being accepted for the International Workshop for Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) for Energy Applications. Co-organized by Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Asylum Research, the workshop will held at ORNL September 15-17, 2010. Deadline for abstract submission is August 13. The program will include invited and contributed talks covering recent advances in characterization of energy-relevant materials systems using SPM/AFM techniques, as...
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  • Asylum's New Online Probe Store Up on Website

    Asylum's New Online Probe Store Up on Website

    Asylum Research announces that its new automated AFM/SPM Probe Store is now online. The probe store provides simple search, sort, selection, quotation and purchase for a wide variety of different probes. Probe sort/search can be performed in seconds by application (e.g. biology, force measurements, electrical probing, steep sidewalls etc), type (e.g. contact, AC/tapping, coating, length), length, frequency, tip radius, composition/material, spring constant and more. Asylum’s Probe Store offers...
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  • Technical Talks at UK SPM Meeting

    Technical Talks at UK SPM Meeting

    Asylum will be presenting a variety of technical talks at the Microscience/ UK SPM Meeting, June 29-July 1: Technical Talk Wed. June 29, 11:45am "The Latest Advances in High Resolution Imaging, Low Noise Force Measurements; and Optical Integration with the AFM" Mick Phillips Technical Talk Thur. July 1, 10:25-10:45am "Scanning Microwave Microscopy (SMM) - Advances and Applications in Semiconductor and Materials Research" Workshop Keith Jones Thur. July 1, 2:00-2:45pm Electrical Characte...
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  • High Resolution Imaging and Multifrequency AFM Lecture —June 11, UIUC

    High Resolution Imaging and Multifrequency AFM Lecture —June 11, UIUC

    UIUC Center for Microanalysis of Materials Invited Lecture Series
    "High Resolution Imaging and Multifrequency AFM"
    Rob Cain, Asylum Research

    Friday, June 11
    Room 190
    Engineering Sciences Bldg.
    10:30am

    The lecture is free to all students and faculty, including nearby universities.
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