“Electrochemistry and Mass Spectrometry Imaging in Flies, Cells, and Vesicles“ Monday, May 9th, 15:00 Presenter: Prof. Dr. Andrew Ewing, University of Gothenburg, Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology
“Tracking the Activity of Microbes in the Environment and in Hosts Using Raman Microspectroscopy- and NanoSIMS-based Single Cell Isotope Probing Techniques“ Monday, May 23d, 15:00 Presenter: Prof. Dr. Michael Wagner, Head of...
Director: o.Univ.-Prof. Dr. R. Niessner
We cover a broad spectrum of analytical methods and measurement techniques for Chemistry, Geology, Physics, Biology and Chemical Engineering.
New methods are pushed forward from principles testing to commercializable prototypes and reagents.
The main research topics are nanoparticles, laser spectroscopy, Raman microspectroscopy, microarray technology, hydrogeology and bioanalytics.
Furthermore, the institute fulfills its examing and consulting tasks through exploration and utilization of drinking, processed, thermal and mineral water.
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