Let's talk Lattice Lightsheet!

Join us for a special event stream on December 1


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The combination of both high spatial and temporal resolution, fast volumetric imaging, and unrivaled gentleness makes lattice light-sheet microscopy the preferred choice for live cell imaging. Yet, an easily accessible and user-friendly implementation has been missing - until now. Join us for a special event stream on December 1, 2020!

  • Learn about the principle of lattice light-sheet microscopy and its advantages for 3D imaging of subcellular dynamics over time
  • Be among the first who get introduced to the new ZEISS implementation of lattice light-sheet microscopy
  • See how first users utilize lattice light-sheet microscopy and learn about their application examples


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Prof. Dr. Eric Betzig

Guest

Prof. Dr. Eric Betzig

Professor of Physics and Molecular and Cell Biology, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, University of California, Berkeley

Prof. Dr. Lukas Kapitein

Guest

Prof. Dr. Lukas Kapitein

Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biophysics, Department of Biology, Utrecht University

Dr. Kirstin Elgass

ZEISS Microscopy

Dr. Kirstin Elgass

Application Development Engineer, Special 3D Solutions, ZEISS Microscopy

Dr. Peter O'Toole

Host

Dr. Peter O'Toole

Head of Imaging and Cytometry, Department of Biology, University of York

Watch the Stream

December 1, 2020 | 5 p.m. CET | 11 a.m. EST | 8 a.m. PST

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