At the time of this interview, Andreas Burkart was a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Bonn, Germany, working at the Julich Research Facility. Andreas describes where the science of plant fluorescence is heading, and how today’s biologists and research facilities are improving food science for decades into the future.
Ocean Optics Meets – Andreas Burkart, Plant Researcher
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