At the LaserLaB Amsterdam, located on the campus of the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, the laser-oriented research activities of several groups from different disciplines in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology are concentrated. Some 100 scientists, are involved in laser-oriented scientific research of applied and fundamental nature. Increasingly, the use of lasers in the Life Sciences is expanding with a focus on interdisciplinarity of research.
LaserLaB Amsterdam is part of LASERLAB-Europe, an Integrated Infrastructure Initiative of the European Union, forming a consortium of the 17 major laser centres in Europe. Within LASERLAB-Europe LaserLaB provides Transnational ACCESS to European scientists, who are welcome to use our advanced laser-based facilities. To apply for access at LaserLaB Amsterdam see the website of Transnational Acces of LASERLAB-Europe.
See for more information www.LaserLaB.nl
Researchers from LaserLaB recently acquired an NWO groot investment grant to develop a
A facility for advanced laser-based microscopy at LCVU to study living, biological and biomedical systems