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Science in Your Lab | Archive

Science in Your Lab events are usually single day seminars co-organized by PicoQuant and a partner organization throughout the world. The events are aimed at introducing researchers to new techniques or methods in optical and single molecule spectroscopy or microscopy as well as to foster discussions between people from various scientific backgrounds.

 

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Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19, our team is not travelling right now and we cannot offer any seminars in the labs of our customers. However, we want to keep in touch with you and give insight into our products and their applications by organizing a series of webinars.

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FluoTime 300 Roadshow in Poland

May 26 - 29, 2015 | Chorzow, Wroclaw, Poland

Together with our local distributor KAWA.SKA, we have been visiting the University of Silesia at Chorzow campus and the Life Science University in Wroclaw to present our fully automated, high performance fluorescence lifetime spectrometer FluoTime 300 "Easy Tau" in action.

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FluoTime 300 Roadshow in Poland 2015

Science in your labs - Mexico 2015

May 18 - 20, 2015 | Mexico City/Cuernavaca/San Luis Potosi, Mexico

During his journey through Mexico, PicoQuant's Uwe Ortmannn gave presentations at four different universities: UNAM's Instituto de Ciencias Fisicas in Cuernavaca, UNAM's Instituto de Biotecnologia in Cuernavaca, UNAM's Instituto de Quimica in Mexico City, and  UASLP's Facultad de Medicina in San Luis Potosi.

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Science in your labs - Mexico 2015 2015

Science in your labs - São Paulo 2015

April 17, 2015 | São Paulo, Brazil

A seminar focussing on methods and instrumentation for time-resolved fluorescence microscopy and their applications for the research of bio-active molecules.

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Science in your labs - São Paulo 2015 2015

Science in your labs - Lausanne 2015

March 17 - 18, 2015 | Lausanne, Switzerland

The one-day-event featured presentations from new and established investigators on topics of great relevance to biological interactions.

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Science in your labs - Lausanne 2015 2015