21 Jan Time-Resolved Microscopy Course
Time-resolved microscopy is a relatively new technique whereby fast kinetic and luminescence decay parameters (decay times and the corresponding time or phase resolved amplitudes) are directly and simultaneously measured throughout an image, pixel by pixel, in an optical microscope.
Chromacity is excited to share the news that one our ultrafast laser systems will be used in the practical training elements of a time-resolved microscopy course, delivered by PicoQuant between 18-20th February in Berlin, Germany.
The course is intended for individuals seeking to develop an in-depth introduction to the principles of time-resolved fluorescence microscopy, particularly its applications within the Life Sciences.
As part of the practical sessions, confocal microscopes will be provided by market leaders in the supply of lab equipment, Scientifica Ltd, and the Chromacity 1040 laser will be used to support hands-on training of Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM).
For further details about this course, visit the PicoQuant website.