21Oct
19Nov2020

NIH-NIAID STELLARIS Workshop - Get Closer to the Truth

21 Oct 00:00 – 19 Nov 06:00 UTCNIH Building 4, Room 118, Bethesda, MD, United StatesWorkshop

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NIAID-NIH STELLARIS Virtual Seminar and Hands-on Workshop
Hosted by: Dr. Owen Schwartz
Head, Biological Imaging Facility
NIAID-NIH

 

STELLARIS: Confocal Re-Imagined
Virtual System Talk – October 20, 2020
Presented by: Sarah Crowe, Ph.D.
1:00-2:00 PM

 

Hands-On Socially-Distanced Demonstrations:

 

Available Wednesday, October 21 through Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Building 4, Room 118
Contact Amila Siriwardana to schedule your time!

 

Join our workshop to Get Closer to the Truth with STELLARIS. During this multi-day event, you will have the opportunity to interact with STELLARIS through one-on-one virtual and in-person socially-distanced system demonstrations. Reserve your time to collect images and data using Leica’s new cutting-edge STELLARIS confocal platform.

 

To publish ground-breaking research, you need to be able to see more, to try novel applications and to be able to collect reliable data. Our mission is to be your partner in microscopy and to empower you to drive progress in science. With the STELLARIS confocal platform, we have re-imagined confocal microscopy to get you closer to the truth when conducting research.

 

STELLARIS Gives You:

  • Power to See More: The synergy between the next generation of Power HyD detectors, a completely optimized beam path, and Leica's unique White Light Laser delivers exceptional performance for both live and fixed-sample imaging.
  • Potential to Discover More: Gain immediate access to functional imaging thanks to TauSense, the revolutionary and easy-to-use set of imaging modes, based on fluorescence lifetime information, including TauContrast, TauGating, and TauSeparation.
  • Productivity to Do More: ImageCompass is an intuitive, smart user interface for setting up advenced multi-plex imaging experiments with ease. Combined with Leica's optimized 8K Resonant Scanner, researchers can be more productive than ever.