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NanoLSI’s High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy will be broadcasted on NHK E-television “Science ZERO” on Sunday, January 16 at 11:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.

High Speed Atomic Force Microscopy will be introduced on NHK E-TV’s “Science ZERO”!

The program, which took about a year to produce, features an interview with Professor Toshio Ando of the Nano Life Science Institute, the developer of the high-speed atomic force microscopy, who tells the story of its development over many years, and also touches on the latest research results by integrating the high-speed AFM with other fields. What is a high-speed atomic force microscope? The content of the program is easy to understand not only for researchers but also for the general public. In addition, Professor Mikihiro Shibata will appear in the Science ZERO studio to explain in more detail.

The broadcast is as follows:

Sunday, January 16, 11:30 pm – 12:00 am, NHK E-TV  Science ZERO

“Capturing the movement of nanos! A new microscope to look at life”.

You can watch the trailer below:


Science ZERO

Program website



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