We are delighted to announce the next in our series of popular webinars – “Introduction to Raman Microscopy and its Applications” This webinar session will be taking place at 9am and 4pm (GMT) on the 29th October, to accommodate for all time zones.
Research and Publications
Dr. Anna Gakamsky, Applications Engineer at Edinburgh Instruments, and Dr. Dmitry Gakamsky, CEO at DMG Biophotonics recently presented their research on Tryptophan Fluorescence as a Research and Diagnostics Tool at Fluorescent Biomolecules and Their Building Blocks (FB3) at Glasgow University. Presented as a poster, you can download the full poster and view the research in this article.
In July, Edinburgh Instruments attended the PhotoIUPAC 2018 conference in University College Dublin, Ireland. Our EMEA Sales Manager Hervé Boisson and our Product Specialist Maria Tesa were present at the exhibition and the scientific sessions. Maria reports on the event.
Edinburgh Instruments' Applications and Technology Scientist, Ian Stanton, Ph.D, recently attended PCET 2018 in North Carolina where he presented during the Excited-State PCET and Photochemistry session. In this post, Ian gives an overview of the event and shares his presentation.
Edinburgh Instruments recently sponsored and attended the 'Maximising the rISC' workshop on Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence (TADF) at the University of Durham.