What Nanosurf customers are saying
Nanosurf is organizing a series of webinars and online demonstrations in the coming days and weeks. All of these events are free of charge and open to everyone. We hope to be able to provide you with an interesting lear...
Congratulations to Morgan Miller and Joe Marting of Dr. Kendal Clark's group at the Central Methodist University in Missouri. They mastered the challenge of showing atoms with a NaioSTM in under 10 minutes! And t...
Nanosurf will remain fully operational amid the measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. We are strictly observing the local governments’ safety guidelines and have moved all non-essential staff to working from home a...
Nanosurf is proud to announce the addition of Drew Griffin to our sales team in the US subsidiary. Drew Griffin has joined us as our new Director of Sales, USA & Canada and will be based out of our Boston office.
Superhydrophobic property enhancement on guard ring micro-patterned PDMS with simple flame treatment
Researchers from the Thai Microelectronics Center (TMEC) at the National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) and the Department of Materials Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, at Kasetsart University h...
Poster on fluid force microscopy for single cell micro-manipulation wins award for best poster at Linz Winterworkshop
The prize for the best poster at the Linz Winterworkshop 2020 was awarded to Ms. Elaheh Zare-Eelanjegh, PhD candidate at the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, LBB, ETH Zurich, for her poster on Fluid force microscop...
AFM Theory: Learn how AFM works and all about AFM modes
Due to its flexibility, the atomic force microscope has become a common tool for material characterization alongside optical and electron microscopy, achieving resolutions down to the nanometer scale and beyond. The AFM can operate in environments from ultra-high vacuum to fluids, and therefore cuts across all disciplines from physics and chemistry to biology and materials science. This article describes the operating principle and most common measurement modes of atomic force microscopy, and some of the many properties that can be measured with AFM on the nanoscale.