ZEISS at The Biophysical Society Annual Meeting
Booth #800

February 19 - February 23, 2022
Exhibits Open February 20 - 22, 2022

One thing that remains consistent this year is finding ways to continue research in our ever-changing working environments.

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Your Unique Confocal Experience for Fast and Gentle Multiplex Imaging

Your Solution for TEM Lamella Preparation and Volume Imaging under Cryogenic Conditions

Long-term Volumetric Imaging of Living Cells

Your Live Imaging System with Unprecedented Resolution

Exhibitor Presentation

Samantha Fore, PhD
Product Marketing Manager Laser Scanning Microscopy Life Sciences
ZEISS

Sunday, February 20 | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Esplanade, Room 157

The ZEISS LSM 9 Series – Redefining your Confocal Experience

The confocal experience continues to evolve with the new features available on the Zeiss LSM 9 Series. As your model systems continue to get larger in order to address the relevant physiological questions, we continue to push the limits of speed, resolution, and sensitivity, as well as spectral flexibility to meet these demands. This includes our revolutionary Airyscan 2 technology, the most sensitive NIR detection available, and now advanced, but easy to use processing tools such as LSM Plus, to ensure that you obtain the best image quality at any budget. Furthermore, we now talk about entire workflows by incorporating AI based tools both for acquisition and analysis. From images to results, our powerful ZEN software has unique, efficient, and easy to use strategies to ensure you have the best images and data possible as well as sophisticated, but user-friendly data and image analysis, including many options for machine learning and automation. Join us in learning about the latest new software and hardware features available on the Zeiss LSM 9 Series confocal microscope systems.