Introduction to Fluorescence Microscopy
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|Description: Fluorescence is a process in which matter absorbs light and re-emits at a different wavelength. Fluorescence is widely used in biological microscopy. This lecture describes the principles of fluorescence and fluorescence microscopy.|
|About the Speaker: Nico Stuurman|
Nico Stuurman is a Research Specialist at the University of California, San Francisco, in the lab of Ron Vale. Nico combines his expertise in computer programming and microscopy to advance many projects including the Open Source software, Micro Manager.