The Fluorescent Future
Posted on 13/11/2014
Professor Klaus Suhling from the Experimental Biophysics & Nanotechnology group in the Department of Physics and Dr Aleksandar Ivetic from King's Cardiovascular Division gave a talk entitled “The Fluorescent Future” in the Working Men’s College in Camden yesterday. It is the oldest surviving adult education institute in Europe, founded in 1854, and Klaus and Aleksandar will talk as part of their Science for Non–Scientists lecture series in collaboration with The Crick Institute. Fluorescence is a type of glow-in-the-dark phenomenon that can be used to study how white blood cells fight infection. They show how fluorescence microscopes are helping us to visualise these processes - using the power of glowsticks.
For further information about this, please contact Klaus Suhling: email@example.com