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Welcome to the web pages of the Laser Analytics group, at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology! Whether you are a student or a postdoctoral researcher interested in joining us, a potential collaborator, or simply want to find out about our group and the research we do, we hope you find something interesting and useful on this site.

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Build your own TIRF-SIM superresolution microscope

'A guide to structured illumination TIRF microscopy at high speed with multiple colors' has been published in JOVE

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Where art meets science

The Pint of Science festival brings together scientists and the public for a series of lively talks. This year saw the work of the Laser Analytics Group being presented and also providing inspiration for artwork featured at the Creative Reactions exhibition.

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Our Team

Meet the people in our group and find out how to contact them

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Our Research

Take a closer look at our group's research and the technology we develop

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Our Sponsors

Take a look at the sponsors who generously fund our research activities

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Our Associates

The Laser Analytics Group is strongly linked with the Molecular Neuroscience Group in Cambridge. Together we work on topics related to neurodegenerative disease.

MNG group

Professor Thomas Huser will be giving a talk to the group on January 22 at 2:00 PM in CEB. He will present his latest efforts in unveiling and following structural changes of cellular nanopores in living cells by GPU-enhanced super-resolution structured illumination microscopy.

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LAG member wins department video competition

Jan 14, 2018

LAG member Marcus Fantham won the Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology department video competition in December with a short clip featuring the work inside the group.

The LAG, MNG, and QI have their annual Christmas Dinner

Dec 08, 2017

The LAG, MNG, and QI get together to celebrate the holidays at Murray Edwards College.

Single molecule translation imaging

Nov 15, 2017

Single molecule translation imaging, SMTI, is a novel technique development by the Laser Analytics group to measure the rate and spatial distribution of protein synthesis [1,2]. Together with scientists form the Department of Physiology and Development of the University of Cambridge, we study the processes underlying neurodevelopment and the formation of neuronal networks in vivo.

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