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Articles Tagged with ultrastable atomic force microscope

Out of the Freezer

An interview with Gavin King, Assistant Professor of Physics, Joint Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

“What does it mean to see an object?” Gavin King’s question at first seems philosophical. During last year’s Biophysics and Your Body summer program, King’s collaborators posed a task for a group of middle school students: determine the contents of a shoebox without opening it. The students were given some materials and left to their creative wills.

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Applications for the Ultrastable Atomic Force Microscope

From an interview with Gavin King, Assistant Professor of Physics, Joint Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

Dr. King discusses the exciting applications for ultrastable atomic force microscopy.

Ultrastable Atomic Force Microscope

From an interview with Gavin King, Assistant Professor of Physics, Joint Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

Dr. King has developed an “ultrastable” atomic force microscope, which is particularly suited to precision readings of biological samples.

Tour of the King Laboratory

From an interview with Gavin King, Assistant Professor of Physics, Joint Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

Dr. King takes us to see the Ultrastable Atomic Force Microscope in action, as well the Machine Shop that fashioned the parts.