Infoscience

Student project

Small AFM cantilevers for biological applications

Since its development in 1986, the Atomic force microscope (AFM) has become a revolutionary tool for surface analysis. AFM is of special interest to biologists because of its ability to operate in liquids. Applications include imaging molecules, cells, tissues, biomaterials and measuring forces. The objective of this project is to fabricate small AFM cantilevers, with high resonance frequency for biological application. The mould and transfer technique with dry release is used to fabricate the cantilevers.

    Reference

    • LMIS1-STUDENT-2006-002

    Record created on 2006-04-11, modified on 2016-08-08

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