AFS™ Installed at University of Science and Technology of China
A new AFS™ system was recently installed in the lab of Professor Tianzhi Luo at the University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei.
The research interests of the group of Prof. Luo lie in, among other topics, mechanobiology and cell mechanics. They will combine the AFS Module with their own inverted optical microscope. This allows the group members to investigate the mechanical properties of cells. We wish Prof. Luo and his team the best of luck with their research and the AFS!
Interested in what AFS™ can do for your research? Request the brochure or contact us for a demo or a quote.
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