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Webinar : Bruker Microscopes Fill the Gap Between Fluorescence and Electron Microscopy

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Webinar : Bruker Microscopes Fill the Gap Between Fluorescence and Electron Microscopy
01 Jun

Webinar : Bruker Microscopes Fill the Gap Between Fluorescence and Electron Microscopy

Tuesday 14 June 2022, 9am PDT
 


The imaging and characterisation of biological structures and processes have moved beyond the capabilities, resolution and speed of conventional fluorescence and electron microscopes. Eukaryotic cells consist of organelles and other subcellular structures so small they can only be resolved in detail with super-resolution methods. Such cells have membranes with mechanical properties best investigated at the nanoscale using atomic force microscopy. Neurons form circuits in the brain so far from the surface only two-photon microscopy can reach them. To visualize individual cells, neurons or even molecules in the context of an entire living organism requires light‑sheet microscopy.

Bruker has developed a suite of such advanced microscopes that collect information from cells, complex organ/tumor/tissue models or entire organisms in‑vivo; information not accessible with traditional fluorescence or electron microscopy. In this webinar, experts from Bruker discuss the technology behind atomic force, super‑resolution, two‑photon, and light‑sheet microscopy. We will highlight applications in which these technologies are essential to solving biological mysteries.

Webinar Presenters:

Romina Macco, Ph.D.
Bruker
Torsten Mueller, Ph.D.
Bruker
Lina Streich, Ph.D.
Bruker
Winfried Wiegraebe, Ph.D.
Bruker