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Did you miss the webinar:
"Soft, Squishy, and Sticky: AFM for Mechanobiology"?

AFM's ability to directly interact with samples at the nanoscale and in near-physiological conditions enable novel insights into the structure and nanomechanical properties of living samples. AFM is especially useful in understanding the mechanical properties of the extracellular environment. However, quantitative measurements of these properties are often stymied by a number of experimental and instrumentational parameters. Dr. Nicholas A. Geisse, Chief Science Officer of NanoSurface Biomedical, Seattle, presents an overview of mechanobiology for AFM. You will get a greater understanding of:

• Latest AFM instrumentation capabilities, and benefits for mechanobiology in characterizing cells, tissues and the ECM
• Making successful measurements of elastic deformation and avoiding common pitfalls and errors
• Understanding nanomechanical measurements and choosing the right toolbox to make the job easy
• Recent results from cutting-edge research being done in the field of mechanobiology from Asylum Research AFMs

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Asylum Research AFM Webinar Series

Asylum Research regularly hosts webinars presented by our customers and our own expert scientists on various topics related to atomic force microscopy (AFM). Please enjoy the recordings below and consider joining our mailing list to receive notifications for future webinar topics.

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