Single-molecule Workshops

Join us at various locations this year for a hands-on workshop on different state-of-the-art single molecule applications of our C-Trap™ optical tweezers-fluorescent microscope.  Locations & dates include:

USA, New York – The Rockefeller University  – 10-11 October, 2017
The Netherlands, Amsterdam – LUMICKS HQ – 24-25 October, 2017
China, Shanghai – ShanghaiTech University – Date and registration deadline to be determined

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Learn more about LUMICKS’ solutions for life science and how they are enabling scientists to make breakthrough discoveries with our latest set of brochures.

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The field of single-molecule biophysics has radically evolved over the last decade, owing to major technological breakthroughs that enabled landmark experiments.
Now that the single-molecule methods have proven their value, they are ready to make a long-lasting impact on the field of biological research.

LUMICKS provides ready-to-use single-molecule instrumentation, allowing you to focus on your experiments and breakthrough science.

Want to see your favorite proteins in action? Contact us for a demo!

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The C-Trap™ is the world’s first instrument that combines optical tweezers, confocal microscopy or STED nanoscopy (SuperC-Trap™) and an advanced microfluidics system in a truly integrated and correlated way.

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Acoustic Force Spectroscopy, or AFS™, is LUMICKS’ highly parallel single-molecule manipulation method capable of applying forces on thousands of biomolecules in parallel.

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The u-Flux™ microfluidics system is an integrated solution to reliably perform single-molecule experiments in a laminar flow environment. The system consists of a laminar flow cell, a highly stable passive pressure system and multiple fluidic valves.

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