Microscopy Workshops

Microscopy Workshop

9th Microscopy Workshop

Explore New Microscopy Solutions

It‘s a great pleasure to invite you to the 9th Microscopy Workshop - Large Samples - High Resolution. 
ZEISS Microscopy introduces new microscopy solutions in collaboration with the Institute for Clinical Anatomy and Cell Analytics - University of Tübingen.

The workshop will give a general overview on optical sectioning approaches.

  • Title: Large Samples – High Resolution
  • Date: June 21 - 23, 2017
  • Location: Institute for Clinical Anatomy and Cell Analytics, University of Tübingen

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Tübingen.

 

 

Agenda

June 21, 2017 
09.00 am Welcome
Trends and New Developments in Confocal and Other Optical Sectioning Techniques
Andreas Mack
Anatomy Tübingen
09:50 am High Resolution Live Cell Imaging in a Large Field of View with ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 Gert Sonntag
ZEISS Microscopy
10.40 am Isolating Single Cells with QIAScout Marc Rawer
QIAGEN
11.00 am Coffee Break  
11.20 am Clearing Tissues, Experiences and Examples Peter Neckel/Andreas Mack
Anatomy Tübingen
12.00 am Analysis and Control of Vertebrate Development Using Light Sheet Microscopy Patrick Müller
Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society Tübingen
12.45 pm Lunch Break with Snacks
01.30 pm

Live Demonstrations in Groups, 3 x 45 minutes

  • Large Samples on ZEISS Cell Observer
  • Light Sheet Microscopy
  • Basic Confocal LSM-training
  • Demonstration of Single Cell Isolation Device by QIAGEN
  • Demonstration of 3/4D Imaging Software by arivis
05.00 pm End  
June 22 - 23, 2017 

Individual Hands-On Sessions with your own samples
Please register online:

  • ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 – Principle and Applications
  • Light Sheet Microscopy with Cleared Tissue Samples
  • Basic Confocal LSM-training
  • Single Cell Isolation Device by QIAGEN
  • 4D arivis Software

Registration

9th Microscopy Workshop Large Samples - High Resolution

Date21 June 2017 - 23 June 2017
StatusRegistration: Expired
Registration deadline21 June 2017
LocationUniversity of Tübingen
Institute for Clinical Anatomy and Cell Analytics
Kleiner Hörsaal/Seminarraum
Österbergstr. 3
72074 Tübingen

Location

  • Institute for Clinical Anatomy and Cell Analytics, University of Tübingen
  • Kleiner Hörsaal/Seminarraum
  • Österbergstr. 3
  • 72074 Tübingen

 

ZEISS LSM 800

Confocal imaging demands the very best imaging quality. With ZEISS LSM 800 you choose a flexible and compact confocal laser scanning microscope, complete with highly sensitive GaAsP detection and fast linear scanning.Add Airyscan, the revolutionary detection concept from ZEISS, and gain 1.7× higher resolution in all three dimensions – resulting in a 5× smaller confocal volume. Push sensitivity beyond the limits of all conventional confocals.

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ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7


Celldiscoverer 7 is a fully integrated high-end imaging system. It comes with various incubation and detection options so you can tailor the system to your applications. Go for fast, sensitive sCMOS or EMCCD cameras when performing your most demanding live cell experiments and rapid time- lapse recordings. For screening applications with high throughput, choose a high dynamic range camera with a large field of view. To get better data from three-dimensional samples, simply add fast deconvolution. Get all these benefits and more with the in-built flexibility of Celldiscoverer 7.

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ZEISS Lightsheet Z.1

ZEISS Lightsheet Z.1

The unique Multiview light sheet fluorescence microscope allows you to record the development of large, living samples and gently image them to deliver exceptionally high information content. It is also fast: Lightsheet Z.1 is the tool you need to get optical sections at unprecedented speed. Acquire images of your whole sample volume at sub-cellular resolution – in a fraction of the time it takes using other techniques.
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If you have further questions, please contact:
workshops .microscopy .de @zeiss .com
          


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