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We regret to inform that this event has been postponed until later this year. This is in accordance with recently announced guidance from the UK Government.
When : TBC
Where : University of Exeter
We are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting, along side our partners APE, at the Coherent Raman Scattering workshop in Exeter. APE are world-leading manufacturers of Lasers and OPO technology for applications in CRS.
The 2020 Coherent Raman Scattering (CRS) workshop in Exeter is focused on Biological and Biomedical applications of CRS microscopy. The overarching goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers from multiple disciplines to facilitate exchange of knowledge between CONTRAST facility users, CRS instrument developers, and those wishing to learn more about the capabilities of CRS.
Coherent Raman Scattering microscopy is an emerging technique that exploits nonlinear optics to enhance weak molecular vibrational signals and enables real-time imaging of tissues with chemical contrast on the cellular scale. This workshop aims to foster a community of researchers to share recent insights into CRS microscopy, to promote knowledge sharing and to develop new collaborations.
The main focus of the workshop will be on biomedical and life science applications such as cancer diagnostics, the development of next generation therapeutics, and cell and tissue imaging. However, topics such as biomedical, food, and materials science will also be covered and are very welcome.
Attendance to the workshop is free however spaces may be limited so please register as soon as possible to reserve your space.
Registration deadline: 29th Feburary 2020
Abstract deadline: 29th Feburary 2020
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