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| Agilent Technologies and The Institute for Biophysics at the University of Linz announce The IX. Annual Linz Winter Workshop|
Agilent Technologies and The Institute for Biophysics at the University of Linz today announced the IX. Annual Linz Winter Workshop where more than 25 invited speakers will present recent advances in single-molecule research in biology and nanoscience. Atomic force microscopy (AFM), optical microscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy techniques will be included. Attendees are invited to submit 15-minute talks or poster presentations. The workshop will take place Feb. 2 - 5, 2007 at the University of Linz, Austria.
"We are pleased to continue supporting this prestigious conference, which has a record of presenting new discoveries in the field of single-molecule research," said Bob Burns, vice president and general manager, Nanomeasurements Division, Agilent Technologies.
The 2006 workshop attracted more than 250 of the world's leading researchers interested in the development of single-molecule techniques in the fields of biophysics, drug discovery and nanobioscience. Dr. Peter Hinterdorfer, associate professor at the Institute for Biophysics and Workshop organizer, said that "the goals of the workshop are to share new developments in single-molecule studies and to provide a common platform for industry and academia to exchange ideas."
The AFM Winter School is offered in conjunction with the Linz Winter Workshop. It offers scientists new to the field hands-on training in a variety of topics including cell and recognition imaging, high-throughput screening with single-molecule sensitivity, and single-dye tracing in cells. The dates for the AFM Winter School are Jan. 30 - Feb. 1, 2007.
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