Study Biological Dynamics with the New Dimension FastScan From Bruker
 11 January 2013

In this video Andrea Slade, an Applications Specialist at Bruker-Nano, tells SelectScience how the new Dimension FastScan is helping researchers to overcome the current limitations associated with Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM). With this new technology researches can now study biological dynamics, for example cell migration. As its name suggests the Dimension FastScan enables faster scanning, which not only results in high spatial resolution, but also in high temporal resolution. Interview filmed by SelectScience at ASCB 2012.

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