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Science in Your Lab

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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Archive

South-East Asian Course on F-techniques

June 20 - 24, 2011 | Singapore, Singapore

The course lasted 5 days and consisted of lectures and practical sessions. The lectures dealt with fluorescence, theory of F-techniques (FRET, FLIM, FCS and FRAP), FCS variants, instrumentation, superresolution microscopy, data analysis and research applications of F-techniques in cell and developmental biology.

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South-East Asian Course on F-techniques 2011

Mini-Symposium on Fluorescence Spectroscopy

May 27, 2011 | Munich, Germany

The Mini-Symposium was a single day event with lectures and hands-on demonstration of the  new spectrometer FluoTime 300.

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Mini-Symposium on Fluorescence Spectroscopy 2011

PicoQuant Roadshow in China

May 9 - 19, 2011 | China

The major aim of this roadshow was to meet scientists interested in new time-resolved microscopic techniques like FLIM, FRET, FCS and single molecule spectroscopy. The roadshow included mini-symposia in Beijing, Suzhou and Hong Kong along with hands-on demonstration on our systems in Beijing (MicroTime 200) and Hong Kong (LSM Upgrade Kit).

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PicoQuant Roadshow in China 2011

Mini-Symposium on Fluorescence Spectroscopy

March 4, 2011 | Baltimore, USA

The Mini-Symposium was a single day event with lectures and hands-on demonstration of the microscope MicroTime 200 and the new spectrometer FluoTime 300.

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Mini-Symposium on Fluorescence Spectroscopy 2011