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Revolutionizing Microscopy Education

Digital Classroom Integration

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Seamless Integration of Microscopy in Education

ZEISS microscopy applications revolutionize teaching and learning experiences in educational settings, from school systems to universities. With the shift towards remote learning, the demand for adaptable educational technologies has surged. ZEISS offers comprehensive solutions, including the Primostar 3 microscope equipped with integrated digital cameras and the Labscope app. This setup not only facilitates live streaming of microscopic sessions through platforms like Microsoft Teams or Zoom but also supports interactive learning by allowing students to engage with real-time images and videos, enhancing their understanding of complex scientific concepts.
Moreover, ZEISS Virtual Slide Box and ZEN Data Storage systems provide a unified platform where students can access and annotate microscopy slides remotely, making it easier for teachers to manage courses and maintain educational standards. The integration of these technologies ensures that students continue to receive a quality education, focusing on the detailed examination of samples which is crucial in life sciences.
Through ZEISS's digital tools, educators can keep students engaged and motivated, providing a near-real classroom experience that promotes active learning and continuous interaction. These solutions support not just the continuity of education but also its enhancement, by making complex scientific content more accessible and understandable. This holistic approach not only meets current educational needs but also sets a new standard for future learning environments in the sciences.

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Focal Adhesion In Vivo

with Dr. Minna Roh-Johnson

Understanding how melanoma cells migrate requires in vivo study.

Central to the issue is focal adhesion, or how cancer cells attach to an underlying substrate. Despite years of research, the organization of these structures is still unclear.

Zebrafish earn their stripes

Dr. Roh-Johnson’s lab has developed an innovative system in zebrafish larvae that allows them to observe the formation of focal adhesion structures in highly migratory melanoma cells on the surface of the skin.

Tracking melanoma in zebrafish

They have used this system to dissect the composition and dynamics of focal adhesion structures and have identified unique properties of cancer cells in their native environments. This deeper understanding of focal adhesion formation is a positive step toward therapies to prevent it.

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