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April 5, 2019 |
A new stop over of PicoQuants “Science in your lab” is in Vienna. Together with scientists of the Vienna University of Technology we organize a workshop ont fluorescence and methods to detect fluorescence and lifetimes of various molecules. This one-day event is focused on emission measurements and the FluoTime 300 photoluminescence spectrometer with it's modular, complex yet easy-to-use setup and time resolutions down to a few picoseconds. Various types of samples such as liquids in standard cuvettes, solid samples, films, powders or even semiconductor wafers for in-line quality control can be investigated in fast and reproducible way.
March 15, 2019 |
We are happy to welcome you at our next stop in March 2019 in Frederiksberg, Denmark. In coorperation with the University of Copenhagen, we will hold a Science In Your Lab workshop where we demonstrate the FluoTime 300 - an advanced research-grade photoluminescence spectrometer with steady-state option for highly trained specialists as well as for occasional users. It is a modular, complex but still easy-to-use system with time resolution down to a few picoseconds. Different kind of samples e.g. liquids in standard cuvettes, solid samples, films and powder or even semiconductor wafers for in-line quality control can be investigated fast and reproducible.
January 17, 2019 |
We are very excited to announce that the next stop for our "science in your lab" workshop series will be in Vienna, Austria. This workshop is jointly organized by scientists at the Advanced Microscopy Facility at the Vienna Biocenter Core Facilities (VBCF) and PicoQuant. The main topic is how one can assess interactions between molecules both in cells and in vitro using Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM) and Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (FCS). The event’s highlight is a demonstration of our most recent upgrade for the MicroTime 200 time-resolved confocal microscope system - rapidFLIM. This novel method for lifetime imaging at speeds close those of videos, which is excellent for studying fast and dynamic processes in live cells.