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Our live webinars typically last for around one hour including a question and answer session with our expert panel. All of our webinars will be made available to watch on demand shortly after.

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Fluorescence lifetime imaging microcopy FLIM

Correlating Raman and fluorescence lifetime imaging

Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) allows the molecular environment of biological cells and tissue to be studied. Changes in pH, ion concentration and molecular binding can be detected. FLIM is a fast technique, so it provides an effective precursor to highly specific chemical analysis via Raman imaging. FLIM is compatible with Raman spectroscopy as it utilises autofluorescence, so it can be used for label-free sample analysis.

In collaboration with Becker & Hickl GmbH, we will describe how we have integrated FLIM hardware, developed by Becker & Hickl, onto a Renishaw inVia Raman microscope. Both techniques employ the same optical arrangement and mapping stage hardware. This means that FLIM and Raman data can be collected from the same sample area with pixel-to-pixel accuracy.

We will explain how correlative FLIM/Raman can analyse different materials and can be used for initial identification of areas with interesting molecular interactions. Then, we explain how targeted Raman spectroscopy is used to gain an understanding of the underlying biochemistry.

Tuesday 14th March - 10am CDT | 3pm GMT (London) | 4pm CET | 11pm HKT

Thursday 16th March - 1pm CDT (Chicago) | 6pm GMT | 7pm CET | 2am HKT Friday 17th

Thursday 23rd March - 2am CDT | 7am GMT | 8am CET | 3pm HKT (Hong Kong)

Webinars: on demand