ZEISS at ASCB 2013

December 15 - 17, Booth #407
New Orleans

Join us in New Orleans and learn about our newest products, including 3D PALM superresolution, advances in Spinning Disk Confocal microscopy, and new additions to our FE-SEM and FIB-SEM portfolios.

Light Microscopes

See the new ZEISS ELYRA superresoluion system for the highest resolution, light microscopy 3D imaging. Or try the ZEISS Cell Observer SD spinning disk with new laser sources for long term imaging of living cells. Learn more about our ZEISS Lightsheet.Z1 for imaging developing organisms or the ZEISS LSM 780, our highest sensitivity confocal for imaging of extremely photosensitive samples. You can also demo our research inverted Axio Observer research platform for cell biology research.

Image: Three dimensional imaging of microtubules within a 1.4 um axial range captured using ZEISS ELYRA P.1. Image courtesy of S. Proppert, University of W├╝rzburg, Germany.

Electron/Ion Microscopy

Our new ZEISS MERLIN VP Compact can be equipped with ATLAS for large field of view imaging or the integrated 3View ultramicrotome for acquisition of high resolution 3D data from resin embedded cell and tissue samples. Our newest FIB-SEM, the ZEISS Crossbeam, offers increased speed and ease-of-use. Correlate your data from electron microscopy with light microscopy and using ZEISS Shuttle & Find and learn about both structure and function of your samples.

Dendritic cell imaged using FE-SEM. Image courtesy of Dr. Peter Munro and Hannah Armer, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, United Kingdom

ZEISS Symposium

Please join us for three talks that explore the newest trends in microscopy and imaging on Monday, December 16, 2013, 9:15 am - 11:15 am, Room D3. Talks will include "3D Super-Resolution Localization using a Pupil Phase Ramp," "Rapid Imaging of 3D Volumes with Lightsheet Microscopy," and "Correlative PALM and EM Methods." These lectures will be presented by members of the scientific community and will focus on the successes and challenges of these different technologies.