- Learn how you can acquire large volumes faster while maintaining superresolution
- Explore how ZEN blue can support you in increasing your productivity
- Integrate your data across users, systems and time to keep everything connected
Biological research is an ever changing and developing field, as diverse as life itself. In recent years, there has been a gradual increase in labs transitioning from two-dimensional cell culture models, to more complex and physiologically relevant three-dimensional models. These include cells grown in different matrix surfaces, organoids, and even whole organisms or explant cultures. Our ability to understand the underlining biology has increased exponentially by using these diverse models, which are rich in information but posing unique challenges. From an observation perspective, today’s imaging world requires fast imaging of high volumes in conditions that are compatible with life. In this webinar we will discuss how LSM 980 with Airyscan 2 helps you see beyond by allowing you to image your sample in the gentlest and fastest way, without compromising your image quality.
We will explore how ZEN blue can power your research so you can work more efficiently than ever, through a series of automated workflows using a single complete software solution from acquisition to analysis. We will show examples of how scientific data from different users, even when taken years apart can be integrated seamlessly through ZEN Connect.
Learn how LSM 980 can allow you to simultaneously image multiple fluorophores with overlapping spectra, unmix them on the fly and remove autofluorescence, allowing for new scientific insights. We will discuss how Airyscan 2 Multiplex can allow you to increase your imaging volume and image faster than ever with superresolution. Using our new Multiplex parallelization, you can increase your imaging speed by a factor of 8, allowing you to image a larger field of view.
LSM 980 with Airyscan 2 powered by ZEN blue is your flexible, gentle, fast confocal microscope, that can support all your needs, covering even the demanding applications you can imagine. Capture dynamic processes, cellular signaling, molecular trafficking, and diffusion events with real-time superresolution and high SNR. All the while maintaining the context, keeping your experiments organized and increasing your productivity.
Kalliopi studied molecular biology & genetics at the Democritus University of Thrace, Greece, and received her Masters degree in developmental neurobiology from Kings College in London, UK. During her Ph.D. studies in inflammation and regenerative medicine at Kings College, she has focused on developing FRET/FLIM reporter systems using multiphoton microscopy.
Christine Strasser studied Biology and did her PhD in Constance, Germany. During that time, she worked intensively with ZEISS confocal microscopes and also trained users in the newly founded BioImaging Center. She has been working for ZEISS in Switzerland since 2010 and is responsible as an application specialist for Confocal- and Lightsheet systems in Switzerland, Austria and South East Europe.