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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.



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.



Science in your labs - St. Louis 2013

December 12, 2013 | St. Louis, MO, USA

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

Science in your labs - St. Louis 2013 2013

Science in your labs - Vienna 2013

November 12 - 13, 2013 | Vienna, Austria

The workshop showcased the utility of the advanced imaging techniques in biological research and provided hands-on practicals using real samples in order to lower the 'activation barrier' for the potential users.

Science in your labs - Vienna 2013 2013

Science in your labs - Liverpool

October 11, 2013 | Liverpool, United Kingdom

The workshop was held on the occasion of the installation of a new Zeiss confocal microscope LSM 780 with a PicoQuant fluorescence lifetime imaging attachment at the Centre for Cell Imaging (CCI). It included talks on new capabilities, potential applications and some demonstrations.

Science in your labs - Liverpool 2013

Science in your labs - San Diego

June 10, 2013 | San Diego, USA

The single day event focussed on latest developments in single molecule and fluorescence lifetime measurements and their application even with/for cellular samples. The topics covered included basic single molecule detection techniques, fluorescence microscopy, Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM), Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET), Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (FCS), superresolution microscopy and other advanced fluorescence methods.

Science in your labs - San Diego 2013