We are excited to share that for the first time, we will be exhibiting at the APS 2019 March Meeting taking place in Boston, MA from the 4-8 of March. The APS March Meeting brings together a collection of premier scientists working in academia, national laboratories and industry in the US and throughout the world working in the areas of leading physics research.
Our Sales and Marketing Manager and Application Scientist will be in attendance throughout the course of the meeting where they will be showcasing our FS5 Spectrofluorometer at Booth #121, and will be available to discuss the latest news and applications from the team at Edinburgh Instruments. To arrange an appointment to meet with the or to learn more, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center will play host to the APS March Meeting and will see more than 11,000 attendees over the course of the meeting. Physicists, scientists, and students representing 28 APS units and committees will be in attendance, and the meeting will act as a platform to showcase all the latest groundbreaking research from industry, academia, and major labs.
The FS5 Spectrofluorometer is designed to meet the highest measurement specifications in the research and analytical markets. To achieve optimal sensitivity, resolution, and acquisition speed, we select only the optimal performance photomultipliers in temperature stabilised housings, and utilise an optical design that includes plane, spherical, toroidal, ellipsoidal mirrors and optimised mirror coatings; the FS5 is truly unrivalled in its spectral performance and sensitivity. Not only does this superior design guarantee the highest sensitivity and broadest wavelength coverage, but it has also been optimised for a small bright focus at the sample position. This is important for measuring small sample volumes and benefits many sample holder attachments like a plate reader, fibre launch optics mounting, titrators and sample positioners. The standard FS5 has a number of upgrade routes that are unique in its class, including spectral range extension up to 1650 nm, Fluorescence and Phosphorescence Lifetime measurement capabilities, polarisation / anisotropy and much more.
4-8 March, 2019
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
415 Summer St
Boston, MA 02210
Learn more about the 2019 APS March Meeting, and get in touch.