It's the last day of the exhibit at the 66th Biophysical Society Conference now happening in San Francisco!Tue Feb 22 2022
NanoAndMore USA is @BiophysicalSoc meeting this week.Mon Feb 21 2022
Actin filaments on Mica with APTESTue Feb 08 2022
Akiyama-Probe (A-Probe) Motion VideoMon Feb 07 2022
Do you want to find out how the NANOSENSORS™ self-sensing and self-actuating Akiyama Probe (A-Probe) works? Then have a look at this video with its stroboscopic motion views that demonstrate how the tuning fork prongs and the AFM cantilever are really vibrating. More than 500 people have already watched it.
Happy New Lunar YearTue Feb 01 2022
We wish everyone a good start into the new lunar year of the tiger!
The NANOSENSORS screencast on the calibration service for AFM cantilevers has just reached the 1500 views mark.Sat Jan 22 2022
Accurately determined AFM cantilever properties are very important for quantitative force measurements. Force constant and resonance frequency are determined either by thermal tune, the Sader- or the dimensional method, respectively. Usually, the thermal tune method delivers the most precise values, but suffers from the fact that the AFM tip has to get in contact with the surface to calibrate the photo-detector sensitivity. This procedure may damage or break the AFM tip
MikroMasch® AFM Probes used in a recent studyFri Jan 21 2022
Arrow AFM probes screencast passes 500 views markWed Jan 05 2022
The screencast about NanoWorld Arrow Silicon AFM probes held byNanoWorld AG CEO Manfred Detterbeck has just passed the 500 views mark. Congratulations Manfred!
NanoWorld Arrow™ AFM probes are designed for easy AFM tip positioning and high resolution AFM imaging and are very popular with AFM users due the highly symetric scans that are possible with these AFM probes because of their special tip shape. They fit to almost all well-known commercial SPMs (Scanning Probe Microscopes) and AFMs (Atomic Force Microscopes).
‘Live your life as an Exclamation rather than an Explanation!’ Happy 379th birthday, Sir Isaac Newton!
Happy New Year! from MikroMasch®Sat Dec 25 2021
Season’s Greetings from NANOSENSORS AFM probesMon Dec 20 2021
There is a snowman in the park! This is a sure sign that it is again time to wish all users of our AFM probes Happy Holidays!
Take care of yourselves. We are looking forward to a new year together with you.
Max Born won the 1954 Nobel Prize in PhysicsSat Dec 11 2021
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1986Fri Dec 10 2021
Today we remember the late Prof. Calvin QuateTue Dec 07 2021
Today we remember the late Prof. Calvin Quate, co-inventor of the Atomic Force Microscope, who was born on this date in 1923. Binnig, Quate and Gerber constructed the first AFM in 1986. The three scientists received the Kavli Prize in 2016 in recognition of their invention.