Enhance 3D Specimen Imaging with Computational Clearing

22 Aug 15:00 – 16:00 UTCUnited StatesWebinar

Computational Clearing, a new opto-digital imaging method, is helping researchers eliminate the “haze” or out-of-focus blur that, until now, has been typical for images of 3D specimens taken with traditional light microscopes. This breakthrough technology results in spinning disc-like images with the speed and ease of a traditional light microscope, whether creating single images or capturing large image stack for 3D analysis.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The science behind Computational Clearing and how THUNDER Imagers work in a step-by-step protocol.
  • Where to find additional information on Computational Clearing.
  • Imaging possibilities with each THUNDER imaging method—3D live cell, 3D tissue, and model organism—and understand how each differentiates itself.