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Very often in life sciences research, in order to reach a reliable result, it is necessary to perform multiple repetitions of experiments or to run complex assays. Automation and parallelization are of significant assistance in reducing the time it takes to achieve this. This drive towards automation and efficiency resulted in the development of Celldiscoverer 7 in order to combine the easy-to-use automation of a boxed microscope with the image quality and flexibility of a classic inverted research microscope. Celldiscoverer 7 calibrates itself, automatically detects and focuses your sample and optimises all optical parameters without the requirement of any user interaction. All Celldiscoverer 7 components are optimized for hassle-free automated imaging. New users and multi-user facilities will particularly enjoy the in-built automation and usability features since even the most inexperienced of microscope users can capture high quality data with ease. This leaves more time to get on with other projects.
We now proudly present the Celldiscoverer 7 with LSM 900 and Airyscan 2, which fuses the advantages of widefield and confocal imaging. The unparalleled sensitivity of the camera as well as the LSM detectors guarantee for the gentlest image acquisition when working with sensitive biological samples. Airyscan 2 with its new Multiplex mode, enables the acquisition of large volumes with high temporal and optical resolution. Also, we present Mixed Mode where camera acquisition and confocal imaging can now be combined in the same experiment.
The principle goal of ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 with LSM 900 is to make complex microscopy simple. Whether working with 2D or 3D cell cultures, tissue sections or small model organisms, you will benefit from better data in a shorter time with this reliable automated research platform.
Soren’s experience with microscopes started at the University of Copenhagen as a master student performing research on cancer cell migration, cell-adhesion & signaling. He continued his research path as PhD student at the University College London and moved to Kings College London as a post-doc, where he continued working on cancer cell migration, and used spinning disc, confocal, and multiphoton microscopy to address these questions. As a junior PI in Lisbon, Portugal, Soren expanded into imaging cell migration in vivo in fruit flies combining the fields of cancer progression and embryonic development. In 2012 he joined ZEISS as a product & application sales specialist covering automation.