Laser scanning microscopy is valued for its instant, high-quality imaging of optical sections and has set the imaging standard for a wide variety of samples and experiments. It’s hard to imagine how the data quality of this technology can be improved further while fully preserving its appreciated ease of use and application flexibility.
The ZEISS LSM 980 with Airyscan 2, now featuring Near Infrared (NIR) Imaging and Airyscan Joint Deconvolution (jDCV), is doing just that: combining low phototoxicity, high speed and super-resolution, improving literally any confocal experiment with ease, independent of detection mode or emission range.
Join us at our upcoming seminar with free bento lunch to find out more about:
- Enhanced signal to noise at high acquisition speed and low laser power with Airyscan 2 Multiplex mode — particularly useful for live cell imaging with low expression levels
- Extend your research with Near Infrared (NIR) Imaging, employ a wealth of fluorescent labels from 380 nm to 900 nm
- Improved resolution of spectral data with up to 36 channels in a single scan
- Quickly find regions of interest with AI Sample Finder
Launch meeting: April 7, 10.30h - 12.00h
Demonstrations: April 7 – 29 (morning/afternoon sessions)
Location: Life Science Incubator at German Centre, Level 5, Seminar rooms Stuttgart & Munich
25 International Business Park Rd, #01-68/75 German Centre, Singapore 609916
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