We are currently offering a masters research project for students of Experimental Physics, or for preference, Nanomaterials Science in our lab (Molecular Biophysics). The research concerns energy transfer and quenching effects observed in fiducial markers for CLEM* and fluorescent labels used in super-resolution microscopy. You will find the full project description and contact details after the break.
It is October, so scarcely a month after we have welcomed this year’s student into our master’s programmes, and it is already time to welcome visitors interested in becoming next year’s students. I hope to see you this afternoon at the Open Day in the Koningsberger Building on the Uithof!
This year’s Dutch Biophysics meeting in Veldhoven featured a talk by Job Fermie on 3D CLEM — a ‘best-of’ if you will of his thesis reasearch which he will defend in early summer 2019. Please excuse the bad image quality taken by a non-expert (Gerhard Blab) from the back of the room.