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Focus on
Life Sciences

December 2011


FEI Life Sciences at the ASCB Annual Meeting

3D Tissue

Visit FEI at Booth #109
December 3-7 / Denver, Colorado

See what’s new in correlative workflows, 3D tissue imaging, and see a live demo of the Integrated Light Electron Microscope in the booth. Take fluorescent light micrographs to identify regions of biological interest and then dive deeper using transmission electron microscopy to reveal ultrastructure – all from a single instrument. In addition, we will have a 3D visualization device from Personal Space Technologies in the booth that allows for the real time exploration of 3D images.

 Visit the ACSB Meeting website

TILL Photonics at ASCB

TILL Photonics Visit FEI’s newest acquisition, TILL Photonics, at ASCB (Booth #615) to see the latest in high resolution, digital light microscopes and high speed imaging systems for live cell fluorescence microscopy.

 Visit the TILL Photonics website

Life Sciences Webinar: An Introduction to TILL Photonics

TILL iMIC 45 TILL introduces their portfolio for fluorescence microscopy, including real-time imaging systems with fast light sources and the modular and flexible iMIC microscopy platform. Confocal images obtained with the Andromeda spinning disk unit or two-photon microscopes will also be introduced. New directions in correlative microscopy and the integration of light and electron microscopes will also be presented.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 8:00 AM (PST)

 Register now

Life Science Webinar: Live Cell Imaging

Correlative Microscopy Many advanced fluorescence microscopy techniques can be easily combined in a single instrument. The iMIC microscopy system allows for fast switching between FRAP, FRET, TIRF and confocal microscopy. The integration of these techniques and their application for studying biological systems will be covered in the webinar.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 8:00 AM (PST)

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