Dimension FastScan Bio Atomic Force Microscope from Bruker at MRS 2012

This video shows the interview with Bede Pittenger, Application Scientist AFM Unit from Bruker on Dimension FastScan Bio™ Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) at MRS 2012. This AFM breaks longstanding barriers to provide routine high-resolution research of biological dynamics.

FastScan Bio’s high-resolution and high-speed scanning provide the best available bio tool for the observation of molecules, proteins, DNA, RNA, living cell membranes and tissues, and many other dynamics studies.

Run Time – 2:53min

Dimension FastScan Bio Atomic Force Microscope - Bruker - MRS2012

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