Imaging technology is used across a variety of disciplines – from research in Life Sciences analyzing cells, to work in the materials industry testing new materials. Improving technology as well as advances in techniques combining different imaging technologies, such as light and electron microscopy, are helping researchers to complete these analyses in even greater detail.
Watch the webinars below to learn about different imaging technologies, how they allow researchers to study the world around us and discover the most effective techniques for a variety of applications.
Watch a presentation from Dr Peter O’Toole, where he discusses the benefits of microscopy for biologists. Hear about the technique has been applied to a range of applications such as the analysis of mitotic cells and other samples. Watch the presentation >>
Joseph Huff, ZEISS Microscopy, discusses the use of Airyscan detection module for laser scanning confocal microscopy to increase resolution and signal-to-noise ratio compared to traditional confocal imaging, and how the different modes allow analysis of more samples. Watch the webinar >>
Dr. Megan J. Cordill and Jakob Mallmann, OLYMPUS EUROPA, discuss basics of fragmentation testing in-situ and in-situ-squared methods, and in-situ-squared fatigue testing of flexible electronic materials using confocal laser scanning microscopy. Hear how these techniques can be used to investigate the electrical and mechanical behavior of thin films and structures used in flexible electronic devices. The combination of mechanical straining, while acquiring electrical resistance and 3D images of the surfaces with confocal laser scanning microscopy, provides valuable data for reliability testing of flexible electronics. Watch the webinar >>
Dr Mustafa Kansiz, from Agilent Technologies, looks at research into Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) and its applications in the biomedical and biological fields, such as rapid, label-free chemical imaging. This webinar presents a comparison between new advances and traditional techniques for optical and spectroscopic analysis. Watch the webinar >>
Dr Thomas Planchon and Dr Thai Truong, University of Southern California, discuss the principles of light sheet microscopy, the main advantages for imaging live specimens and studying dynamic biological processes. Watch the webinar >>
Learn more about combining imaging technology in our Correlative Microscopy Special Feature, and hear from leading experts in the field from EMBL’s 3D Light to 3D Electron Microscopy Workshop.
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