Automation in Microscopy – Special Edition of Imaging & Microscopy
Get insights into the challenges of automated microscopy
Often in life sciences research, the data you are after will only be revealed through multiple runs of experiments or complex assays. Automation and parallelization of your imaging can be the only way to get there. Observing live samples over a number of days or imaging lots of multiwell plates really puts your microscope through its paces. To get reproducible, unbiased data, you must control environmental conditions such as light, temperature and CO2. Especially for demanding long-term timelapse fluorescence imaging, you need gentle illumination and a stable platform.
Learn more about automation in microscopy and request our Special Edition of Imaging & Microscopy. This collection of White Papers aims to give you insights...
- into the challenges and recent developments in the ever-expanding world of automated microscopy solutions,
- of how to simplify your laboratory setup,
- of how to work more efficient and comfortable.