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UPCON 2020 | Edinburgh Instruments to Attend in Compiegne

Edinburgh Instruments will be attending UPCON 2020, taking place in Compiegne, France.

Arablab 2021 | Edinburgh Instruments to Attend in Dubai

We are pleased to inform you that Edinburgh Instruments will be exhibiting at Arablab 2021, which will be taking place from 16th-18th March at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

ACS Fall 2020 | Edinburgh Instruments to Attend in San Francisco

We are pleased to share that Edinburgh Instruments will be returning to exhibit at the ACS Fall Meeting taking place in San Francisco from the 16-20th August.

XXVII ICORS | Edinburgh Instruments to Attend in Rome

We are pleased to report that Edinburgh Instruments will be attending ICORS from the 2-7th August.

Webinar - Advanced Accessories and Applications in Photoluminescence Spectroscopy

23 July 2020 Dr. Maria Tesa, Edinburgh Instruments Applications Scientist Time: 15.30-16.30 HKT (Hong Kong Time) , TST (Taipei Standard Time), SST (Singapore Standard Time) 16.30-17.30 JST (Japan Standard Time), KST (Korea Standard Time) In this webinar we will introduce the latest developments in Edinburgh Instruments’ range of photoluminescence spectrometers. We will discuss in detail how to expand the excitation and detection ranges of your

Photoluminescence Webinar on Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence

Please join Edinburgh Instruments and Professor Chin-Wei Lu (PU) for a photoluminescence webinar on Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence (TADF).

Photoluminescence Webinar on Stimuli-responsive Fluorescent Materials

Please join Edinburgh Instruments and Professor Shih-Sheng Sun (Academia Sinica) for a photoluminescence webinar on Stimuli-responsive Fluorescent Materials.

Webinar - Applications of Florescence Spectroscopy in Life Sciences

One of the most powerful, sensitive, and widely used analytical methods in life science. Join our webinar for the new trends in Fluorescence Spectroscopy.

Webinar - Applications of Photoluminescence Spectroscopy in Materials Science

One of the most powerful, versatile and accessible characterisation techniques available to material scientists, join our photoluminescence spectroscopy webinar.

Photoluminescence Webinar on NIR Applications for OLEDs

Please join Edinburgh Instruments and Professor Pi Tai Chou (NTU) for a photoluminescence webinar on NIR Applications for OLEDs.