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Acute lymphoblastic leukemia

How to Benefit from Digital Cytopathology

If you have thought of digital cytopathology as characterized by the digitization of glass slides, this webinar with Dr. Alessandro Caputo from the University Hospital of Salerno, Italy will broaden…
Separation of cells based on their tracking status: A colourised binary mask of a time-lapse microscopy field of view of medium confluency with individual cells highlighted as survivors if they can be tracked since the initial movie frame (cyan), incomers if they migrated into the field of view throughout the movie (yellow) or mistracks if an error occurred in the automated trajectory reconstruction (red).

Tracking Single Cells Using Deep Learning

AI-based solutions continue to gain ground in the field of microscopy. From automated object classification to virtual staining, machine and deep learning technologies are powering scientific…
Analysis of anatomy and axon orientation of an adult mouse brain tissue with QLIPP.

Learning the Cellular Architecture from its Optical Properties

In the last 3 years, microscopists have started to use "AI based" solutions for a wide range of applications, including image acquisition optimization (smart microscopy), object classification, image…

Workflows and Instrumentation for Cryo-electron Microscopy

Cryo-electron microscopy is an increasingly popular modality to study the structures of macromolecular complexes and has enabled numerous new insights in cell biology. In recent years, cryo-electron…

Industrial Microscopy: Digital imaging and the Leica DVM6

This webinar will discuss digital microscopy and Leica’s digital DVM6 microscope. We will navigate the difference between optical and digital magnification, explain the differences in optics, and…

Digital Classroom Options

As teachers, you know your big challenge is to catch and keep the students’ attention and the best chance for this is by making the environment interactive. In the case of the Microscopy Classroom, we…
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