Join Lab Manager and our panel of experts as we discuss available microscope technology and how to choose the best tool for your lab
Join Lab Manager and our experts as we discuss technical considerations and fundamentals for choosing the right microscope
Patient-derived tumor organoids (PDOs) are one of the most powerful tools to recapitulate drug response
Confocal images of co-culture spheroids were analyzed to evaluate their cell population and determine drug sensitivity in each cell
Available in a choice of 24-, 96-, and 384-well formats, Krystal (TM) series clear bottom assay plates are widely recognized as industry-leading cell culture tools by many pharma drug discovery and screening labs
Opening new doors for biomedical and neuroscience research, Elizabeth Hillman, associate professor of biomedical engineering at Columbia Engineering and of radiology at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), has developed a new microscope that can image living things in 3D at very high speeds. In doing so, she has overcome some of the major hurdles faced by existing technologies, delivering 10 to 100 times faster 3D imaging speeds than laser scanning confocal, two-photon, and light-sheet microscopy.
A lens invented at Ohio State University combines the focusing ability of a human eye with the wide-angle view of an insect eye to capture images with depth.