• Using synchronised ultrafast infrared lasers to explore how biomolecules react and interact when struck by light, LIFEtime will provide the basis for developing better medicines, innovative cell-imaging techniques and tiny biomolecular 'probes' that can be inserted into cells to gather information.
  • LIFEtime's uniqueness lies in its ability to measure how a biomolecule responds to a laser flash within the first trillionth of a second and to assess follow-on reactions occurring on timescales of a thousandth of a second or more.
  • Key to establishing the technology as a useable tool is the development and application of computational capabilities that can analyse and interpret the high volume, highly complex datasets generated by LIFEtime.

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