The overall goal with this FTP framework program is to develop a next generation GPC-system that will enable us to strongly expand the field of laser manipulation and diagnostics of the motion and structure of macromolecular systems. In particular, combining the new GPC-system with the unique properties of ultra-short laser pulses we aim at constructing a multi-purpose biophotonics workstation that allows the user to directly control and simultaneously measure a portfolio of important chemical and biological processes that lies at the core of the aims of the Visionary Program of FTP. Planned research comprise characterization of biophysical interactions that regulate microbial cell growth, including their underlying physiological mechanisms, in vivo characterization of cell constituents, control of molecular chirality, and manufacturing of nanostructures.
|Effective start/end date||01/01/2007 → 31/12/2012|
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