A Wavelength Dispersive Microscope Spectrofluorometer for Characterizing Multiple Particles Simultaneously

The Wavelength Dispersive Microscope Spectrofluorometer combines telescopic wavelength dispersion techniques with fluorescence microscopy to enable detection of the full fluorescent spectra of many individual particles at once. This technology, designed both as a research instrument and smartphone instrument, can be used to detect and distinguish between biogenic and nonbiogenic particles with unparalleled efficiency. CeCe Ging techtransfer@du.edu 303-871-4230

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