Lambert Instruments is proud to announce the shipment of the first LIFA to India, following our increased effort to meet the growing demand for scientific imaging equipment in Asia.
Professor Inamdar studies quantum-dot-based FRET at Karnatak University in Dharwad, India. His interest in the LIFA was sparked by its ability to quickly measure fluorescence lifetimes. "We used to do FRET measurements using fluorescence intensities," says professor Inamdar, "but with ratiometric techniques you can't measure fluorescence lifetimes. So we started looking for a FLIM system, because fluorescence lifetimes are very useful for our kind of work."
With the LIFA, Inamdar hopes to advance his research and extend it to biological applications. The LIFA is the ideal solution for such applications, because it can record a lifetime image in a matter of seconds, practically making the process a real-time experience.
Inamdar was supported by Dynotech Instruments during the purchase process. Dynotech Instruments is a leading supplier of products and solutions in the field of optics in India, including Lambert Instruments products.
From 23rd to 25th of September, Lambert Instruments and Dynotech Instruments will be at the Laser World of Photonics 2014 in Bangalore. Visit us at booth B006 in hall 3A for more information about the LIFA and our other products.