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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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  • 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™ for the MFP-3D Origin, researchers can now take advantage of this...
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  • Northeastern University Biosensor Workshop

    Northeastern University Biosensor Workshop

    Northeastern University - Center for Renewable Energy Technology

    NUCRET Boot Camp Hands-on Workshop Series
    SENSORS: State-of-the Art Science & Technology -
    Hands-on Design of a Biosensor 2015

    The Workshop will take place on October 6 – 8, 2015, on the Northeastern University Boston Campus. Who should attend: Basic and applied scientists, engineers, technicians, grad students, post-docs, involved in industrial, hospital or laboratory research and development,...
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  • New GetStarted™ Feature on Asylum Research AFMs Makes Imaging Easier and More Productive While Maintaining All the Benefits of Tapping Mode

    July 23, 2015 – Researchers sometimes struggle to get good images using atomic force microscopy (AFM) because of the complexity of optimizing imaging parameters. The new GetStarted™ feature on Oxford Instruments Asylum Research AFMs eliminates this challenge, making AFM operation much simpler and more productive. GetStarted guides users through initial setup and then automatically calculates optimal imaging parameters before the AFM even starts scanning. This ensures that you get high quality...
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  • Open Positions at Asylum Research!

    Open Positions at Asylum Research!

    R&D Scientist - Santa Barbara
    In this role you will have the opportunity to directly contribute to the development of top quality instrumentation at the cutting edge of AFM and SPM technology in a flexible, fast-paced and collaborative work environment.

    Test Engineer - Santa Barbara Your test engineering and problem-solving skills will ensure that our AFM systems are in perfect working order and ready for shipment to the customer. You will also use your expertise for customer suppo...
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  • Free Webinar: "Beyond Topography: New Advances in AFM Characterization of Polymers"

    May 28, 2015, 11:00 ET
    Presented by Oxford Instruments Asylum Research In conjunction with the MRS OnDemand® Webinar Series

    Register Now

    Overview Whether investigating fundamental research principles or engineering a specific product, the atomic force microscope (AFM) is a key instrument for evaluating polymers and polymer blends. Its spatial resolution enables visualization of sub-micrometer and sub-nanometer morphology and structure. However, recent advances mean that ...
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  • Join Us at These Upcoming AFM/sMIM workshops at Harvard University and Drexel

    Join Us at These Upcoming AFM/sMIM workshops at Harvard University and Drexel

    Harvard AFM Workshop: Measuring Permittivity and Conductivity with Scanning Microwave Impedance Microscopy (sMIM) - May 12


    11:30 - 1:30 Lunch and Lecture
    Geo Museum, Haller Hall, Room 102


    1:30 Demonstration on Cypher AFM
    Harvard CNS, LISE Bldg. Room G-12


    Nanoscale Ferroelectricity Workshop at Drexel - June 17


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  • Carnegie Melon Univ - 2015 Summer Institute: Mechanobiology of the Brain

    Carnegie Melon Univ - 2015 Summer Institute: Mechanobiology of the Brain

    Registration deadline is May 5!

    The overall objective of the GEM4 Summer Institute is to enhance the ability to address overarching challenges in the area of mechanobiology of the brain. Highly interdisciplinary in nature, the 2015 Summer Institute will offer faculty expertise from biology, engineering, materials science, medical science, and imaging through a combination of lectures and hands-on lab experiences.

    Dr. Nicholas Geisse, Oxford Instruments Asylum Research,...
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