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Soft, drift-reduced AFM cantilevers for Biology and Life Sciences – Uniqprobe Screencast passes the 500 views mark

The screencast on the soft, drift-reduced NANOSENSORS uniqprobe cantilevers for biology and life science applications held by Dr. Laure Aeschimann has just passed the 500 views mark.
Congratulations Dr. Aeschimann!

This screencast is also available in Japanese:

and in Chinese:

The Chinese version is also available on Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNzA4MTgxNTI4.html
or weibo http://weibo.com/u/5077581192?is_all=1

 

Spike up a Silicon Nitride AFM tip for high topography biology and life science imaging

Standard SiN AFM probes may have a lot of advantages for using them in your liquid cell measurements. But they also have their limits when it comes to high topographies on cells or other bio samples due to their relatively wide opening angle and the small 3µm tip height.

By teaming up with nanotools in Germany NANOSENSORS is able to offer you a “spiked-up” AFM tip – a silicon nitride probe with a long (10 µm) spike made of high density carbon grown on top of it – called Biotool XXL.

Customized versions such as other tip lengths or other cantilevers are also possible.

For more information please have a look at the NANOSENSORS special developments list or contact us at info@nanosensors.com

Biotool XXL AFM tip for high topography AFM imaging in biology
Biotool_XXL_AFM_tip

Visit our distributor NanoAndMore USA at booth no. 469 at Biophys

Learn more about the NANOSENSORS uniqprobes for biology and life science applications at the NanoAndMore booth no. 469 at the Biophysics Meeting in Baltimore this week. #bps15

NANOSENSORS uniqprobe - reduced thermal drift for biology and life-science applications
NANOSENSORS uniqprobe – reduced thermal drift for biology and life-science applications