MacroGroup UK Young Researchers Meeting

July 24-25, Durham

Talk by Dr. Rebecca Savage presenting her work on "Single-Chain AFM of Polymer Chains in the Semicrystalline Lattice”

New Images and Videos now online!

All our favourite images of cells, stomate and polymers have now been added to the image gallery and video page!

 

 

APS March Meeting 2014

March 3-4 2014, Denver

Talk by Dr. Jamie Hobbs entitled "Torsional Tapping atomic force microscopy for molecular resolution imaging of semicrystalline polymers", and by Richard Bailey entitled "Atomic Force Microscopy Measurements of the Mechanical Properties of Cell Walls on Living Bacterial Cells"

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Physical Aspects of Polymer Science

911 September 2013, Sheffield

Dr. Nic Mullin will be giving a talk on his work on True molecular resolution of bulk polymer samples by torsional tapping mode atomic force microscopy.

Also Dr. Rebecca Savage will be presenting a poster.

Dr. Nic Mullin recieves Poster Award

at the IDMPC 2013, 2nd July 2013

for his poster "Imaging semi-crystalline polymers with true molecular resolution by torsional tapping atomic force microscopy"

IDMPC-2013

June 30th - July 4th 2013, Kyoto

Invited talk by Professor Hobbs at theInternational Discussion Meeting on Polymer Crystallization. 

Also Dr. Nic Mullin and Dr. Rebecca Savage will be presenting their results during the poster session.

UK SPM 2013

26th - 27th June 2013, Leeds

Professor Hobbs' group will be attending the UK SPM 2013 meeting organized by the Royal Microscopical Society.

Professor Hobbs and Dr. Nic Mullin will be giving talks, also Dr. Rebecca Savage, Ross Carter, Nusrat Sajid, Jake Albon, Rik Bailey, and Paul Chapman will present their results during the poster session.

New PhD position available

New PhD position available in Biological physics, "Development of direct single molecule imaging with torsional tapping atomic force microscopy". The project forms part of a new White Rose studentship network “New single molecule techniques for understanding the physics of living systems” and is made up of a team of collaborators from the Universities of Sheffield, Leeds and York.

Read more about how You can join the group.

Promotion of Dr. Hobbs

Dr. Jamie Hobbs is promoted to Professor at the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Ross Carter receives Poster Award 1st runner up

at Seeing at the Nanoscale, 11th July 2012

for his poster on "The Mechanism of Leaf Growth: an AFM Approach"


 

Nano-Molecular Analysis for Emerging Technologies V

14-15 November 2012, Teddington

Invited talk by Dr. Jamie Hobbs

 

59th American Vacuum Society International Symposium and Exhibition

October 28th - November 2nd  2012, Florida

Invited talk by Dr. Jamie Hobbs entitled "Simple routes to super resolution and high speed AFM"

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The 15th European Microscopy Congress

16th - 21st September 2012, Manchester

Dr. Nic Mullin will present a talk on "Molecular resolution studies of soft matter by torsional tapping atomic force microscopy"

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NANO2012, Rhodes

26 - 31 August, 2012

Dr Nic Mullin will present a talk on "TRUE MOLECULAR RESOLUTION STUDIES OF SOFT MATTER AND BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS BY TORSIONAL TAPPING ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY"

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American Chemical Society National Meeting 2012

August 19-23 2012, Philadelphia

Invited talk by Dr. Jamie Hobbs entitled "Recent developments in atomic force microscopy for the study of semi-crystalline polymers"

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International Conference on Nanoscience + Technology (ICN+T2012)

July 23-27, 2012, Paris

Dr. Nic Mullin will present a talk on his work with torsional tapping atomic force microscopy

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Seeing at the Nanoscale 2012

Bristol, July 09-11, 2012

Invited talk by Dr. Jamie Hobbs on "The molecular structure of semi-crystalline polymers imaged with AFM"

Dr. Nic Mullin with a talk on "Quantitative, dynamic lateral force imaging and measurement by Torsional Resonance mode Atomic Force Microscopy".

Ross Carter, Nusrat Sajid, Jake Albon, Rik Bailey, Elisa Leera and Paul Chapman will present their results during the poster session.

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ISPM conference Toronto 2012

June 15-18 2012

Dr. Nic Mullin will give a talk about some of his work on torsional resonance AFM, entitles "True molecular resolution studies of soft and biological samples in ambient conditions using torsional tapping atomic force microscopy"

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