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Your number one source for the major brands of AFM cantilevers, calibration gratings, and other products for Nanotechnology.
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New post - High-frequency microrheology reveals cytoskeleton dynamics in living cells (http://www.nanoworld.com/blog/high-frequency-microrheology-reveals-cytoskeleton-dynamics-in-living-cells/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=High-frequency+microrheology+reveals+cytoskeleton+dynamics+in+living+cells&utm_campaign=NanoWorld+Blog) has been published on NanoWorld Blog.

A customized version of a NanoWorld USC-F1.2-k0.15 AFM tip was used by the authors of the article cited below.High-frequency microrheology (HF-MR) of living cells, graphics and images courtesy of Felix Rico, U1006 Inserm & Aix-Marseille Université

Rigato, Annafrancesca; Miyagi, Atsushi; Scheuring, Simon; Rico, Felix
High-frequency microrheology reveals cytoskeleton dynamics in living cells
Nat Phys, 2017/05/01/online, http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nphys4104

For the full article please follow this external link:
http://www.nature.com/nphys/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nphys4104.html
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New post: Direct imaging of defect formation in strained organic flexible electronics by Scanning Kelvin Probe Microscopy - http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/direct-imaging-of-defect-formation-in-strained-organic-flexible-electronics-by-scanning-kelvin-probe-microscopy/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Direct+imaging+of+defect+formation+in+strained+organic+flexible+electronics+by+Scanning+Kelvin+Probe+Microscopy&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog

NANOSENSORS PPP-PPP-NCSTAu probes were used for scanning probe characterizations for this publication.



Cramer, T. et al. Direct imaging of Defect Formation in Strained Organic Flexible Electronics by Scanning Kelvin Probe Microscopy. Sci. Rep. 6, 38203; doi: 10.1038/srep38203 (2016).

For the full article have a look at:
https://www.nature.com/articles/srep38203





The article "Direct imaging of Defect Formation in Strained Organic Flexible Electronics by Scanning Kelvin
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nanotools spherical AFM tips featured in research article

See how the differences between the mechanical properties of heterotypic collagen fibrils are reliably characterized using spherical full carbon AFM tips with 50 nm radius.

http://www.nanotools.com/blog/topology-and-mechanics-of-heterotypic-collagen-fibrils.html

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New post - How to pick up AFM tip from Gel box (http://www.nanoworld.com/blog/how-to-pick-up-afm-tip-from-gel-box/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=How+to+pick+up+AFM+tip+from+Gel+box&utm_campaign=NanoWorld+Blog) has been published on NanoWorld Blog.

Before you start imaging with a new AFM tip there are a few simple precautions to make sure that you don't run into trouble because of ESD (electrostatic discharge) or particles. Have a look:

https://youtu.be/nO_IGlzsWEg
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New post: Soft, drift-reduced AFM cantilevers for Biology and Life Sciences - Uniqprobe Screencast passes the 500 views mark - http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/soft-drift-reduced-afm-cantilevers-for-biology-and-life-sciences-uniqprobe-screencast-passes-the-500-views-mark/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Soft%2C+drift-reduced+AFM+cantilevers+for+Biology+and+Life+Sciences+-+Uniqprobe+Screencast+passes+the+500+views+mark&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog

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!
https://youtu.be/DhnwzSol84k

This screencast is also available in Japanese:

https://youtu.be/rR02o3cVUe8

and in Chinese:

https://youtu.be/Kd9DEqI0vmQ

The Chinese version is also available on Youku: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNzA4MTgxNTI4.html
or weibo
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New post: Rapid mapping of polarization switching through complete information acquisition - http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/rapid-mapping-of-polarization-switching-through-complete-information-acquisition/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Rapid+mapping+of+polarization+switching+through+complete+information+acquisition&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog

A NANOSENSORS PPP-EFM AFM tip was used in the research for this paper.

Nature Comm: GMode makes piezoresponse force microscopy 1000 times faster.

Suhas Somnath,, Alex Belianinov, Sergei V. Kalinin, Stephen Jesse, Rapid mapping of polarization switching through complete information acquisition, Nature Communications (2016), 7, 13290, 2041-1723, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms13290

Congratulations to the authors!




 
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Screencast about our SHR series high resolution AFM probes

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New post - Silicon Nitride AFM tips for Biology and Life Science Applications - NanoWorld Pyrex-Nitride Probe - PNP (http://www.nanoworld.com/blog/silicon-nitride-afm-tips-for-biology-and-life-science-applications-nanoworld-pyrex-nitride-probe-pnp/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Silicon+Nitride+AFM+tips+for+Biology+and+Life+Science+Applications+-+NanoWorld+Pyrex-Nitride+Probe+-+PNP&utm_campaign=NanoWorld+Blog) has been published on NanoWorld Blog.

Looking for AFM probes with a silicon nitride cantilever and a silicon nitride tip for applications in biology and life sciences?

Then you shouldn't miss this interview with NanoWorld CEO Manfred Detterbeck on the NanoWorld Pyrex-Nitride AFM probe series.

https://youtu.be/jWrdpzyNFNQ

 
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