Montana State University to host upcoming workshop on BRAIN-funded multiphoton characterization resource

This three-day, hybrid workshop, taking place August 9-11, 2023, provides an opportunity to learn about multiphoton characterization of fluorescent probes. Registration is now open!

Montana State University is hosting their Multiphoton Workshop on August 9-11, 2023. This three-day, hybrid workshop at Montana State University will provide attendees with a hands-on opportunity to explore the BRAIN Initiative-funded multiphoton characterization resource.

Workshop topics include:

  • Theoretical and experimental aspects of multiphoton absorption
  • Development of new fluorescent probes and their applications in multiphoton microscopy

Registration for participating in the workshop is free and open until July 31, 2023. Registration includes options for in-person or virtual attendance. In-person attendance will include optional demos of the multiphoton spectroscopy characterization set up. Fully online participation is available for the seminar portion of the workshop.

This workshop is supported by the NIH BRAIN Initiative dissemination program grant U24NS109107.

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