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December 11, 2018 |
We are happy to welcome you at our next stop on December 11th in Moscow, Russia. In coorperation with TechnoInfo and the Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, we will hold the workshop "Advanced Fluorescence Methods and Application". The focus of this workshop is on different methods in fluorescence microscopy, e.g., FLCS and FRET, FLIM-FRET, Imaging, as well as principles on fluorescence spectroscopy.
November 28, 2018 |
Brno, Czech Republic
This one-day event focuses on emission measurements and the FluoTime 300 photoluminescence spectrometer, with it's modular, complex but still easy-to-use set-up and time resolution down to a few picoseconds. Different kinds 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.
November 27, 2018 |
Prague, Czech Republic
We are happy to welcome you at our next stop on November 27 in Prague, Czech Republic. In coorperation with the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry AS CR, we will held the workshop "Advanced fluorescence methods focused on polymers". The focus of this workshop is on different methods in microscopy e.g. FLCS + FRET, FLIM - FRET, Imaging as well as principles on fluorescence spectroscopy. We will demonstrate the FluoTime 300 - an advanced research-grade photoluminescence spectrometer with steady-state option for highly trained specialists as well as for occasional users.
November 26, 2018 |
Vestec, Czech Republic
A next stop over of PicoQuants "Science in your lab" is in Vestec, near Prague. We will attend the "FLIM not only for biologists" workshop, which is organized by Imaging Methods Core Facility at BIOCEV, Faculty of Science, Charles University, J.Heyrovský, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of the CR and PicoQuant GmbH. The course focuses on explaining the priniciples of time-resolved fluorescence detection, demonstration of various hardware and applications of FLIM in biology.