A wide range of microscopic and spectroscopic techniques can be used in the laboratory to carry out highly detailed measurements
Nikon confocal A1/ superresolution N-STORM
microscope with 4 excititaion lasers and TIRF mode Fluorescence
OPERA confocal imager
inverted microscope based and compatible with various commercial and user-defined sample formats. Confocal excitation and detection is possible over the full visible range. For live cell imaging an environmental control unit is present (temperature, CO2 and humidity) and a dispensing option for fast kinetic measurements.
WiTec confocal Raman/AFM/NSOM
system with 3 excitation lasers: 532nm, 633nm and 785nm
The FluidFM system is a combination of an atomic force microscope (AFM); a hollow AFM-cantilever; pumping/liquid control interface; an optical microscope including a unit for fluorescence measurements; and dedicated operation software.
JANUS liquid handler
Perkin Elmer stand-alone liquid handling system
The Dual Polarizing Prism Monochromator is enhanced for performance into the Vacuum UV region with excellent stray-light rejection for accurate results. While the UV and Visible performance has been optimized the J-1500 can meet demands well into the NIR region (Wavelength range: 163 - 950 nm). The wide range of measurement modes available delivers a true chiroptical spectroscopy workbench.
Waters MALDI Synapt
This sytem is a hybrid, quadrupole/ion mobility/orthogonal acceleration time-of-flight (oaTOF) mass spectrometer. This system combines exact-mass, high resolution mass spectrometry with high efficiency ion mobility based measurements and separations (IMS)