A great discovery has been made by a researcher from IMN – Bordeaux (long-term partner with Explora Nova), Benjamin Dehay, around Parkinson’s diseases.
Here is the article published in the magazine “La Revue” of February 2014.
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For more information, do not hesitate to contact Steve Maziarz: email@example.com or +33 (0)5 46 68 19 13.
Explora Nova is pleased to announce the results of the research call round 1 – 2014 from the Cluster of excellence LAPHIA. The ProXMI (Protein-Crystal Multimodal Imaging) project was laureate of the Passport project.
This project using Second-Order Nonlinear optical Imaging of Chiral Crystals (SONICC) is managed by Vincent Rodriguez from Molecular Spectroscopy Group (University of Bordeaux) with Brice Kauffman from Institut Européen de Chimie et Biologie (Pessac) & Christophe Ranger from Explora Nova (Xtal focus).
This system, including the SlideExpress from MärzHäuser, is fully controlled by our Morpho Strider software.
The first model will be installed in few week in a big research center in Marseilles.
Final Meeting in Stresa (IT)
The exhibition was a great success for Explora Nova as there was growing interest for our solution: CellCDX.
We would like to thank you for stopping by our display at Canaux Ioniques in La Vieille Perotine between 15-18 September.
We hope you enjoyed the show and you have also found our conversations informative and useful.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or feedback you may have.
Explora Nova will be present to the exhibition to present its main products like Morpho Strider and CellCDX.
We are happy to announce the conference of Nicholas Mellen (Louisville University, Kentucky, USA) on September 16th, 10:15 am: From the forest to the trees and back again: online Ca2+ imaging analysis as a tool for linking cellular and network function.
We will be please to meet you on our booth for a demonstration or a discussion!