3 June 2020 Webinar #1: Join AFM to fluorescence microscopy – A new perspective for your research

Watch the full replay of our very first webinar

“Join AFM to fluorescence microscopy – A new perspective for your research”, a webinar presented by Gael Runel.

00:00 Introduction and presentation
03:38 Atomic force microscopy (AFM) : principle and application
18:25 Second harmonic microscopy (SHG) : principle and application
29:48 Light sheet microscopy (LSM) : principle and application
33:11 Conclusion : Synthesis and what’s next ?

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