innoFSPEC scientists participate in international BioSensors symposium, Potsdam

Biosensors become more and more important, both in science and industry. The applications for such biosensors range from medical diagnostics up to food control. Researchers and experts in this field now have the 
opportunity to discuss recent developements and findings at the international BioSensors Symposium, held at the University of Potsdam from 20 to 23 of March, 2017.

Two innoFSPEC scientists give talks at the symposium: Dr. Claudia Pacholski talks about "Optical sensors based on periodic hole arrays in metallic films", and Dr. Elmar Schmälzlin's talk is about "Raman imaging of skin samples with integral field spectroscopy".

More information on the symposium can be found here: http://www.ebs2017.com/about