We are excited to participate at the joint ASCB and EMBO meeting in Washington, D.C. We cannot miss this prime event for cell biologists. Our instruments are being well adopted in this field and are gradually becoming crucial for many high sensitivity microscopy experiments on live cells.
We would like to invite you to our webinar: Live cell imaging – focus on temperature next Wednesday, October 13th at 4 p.m. German (CET time).
We will host two excellent academic speakers, who push the limits of biological imaging – Alexandre Bisson (Brandeis University) and Senthil Arumugam (Monash University/EMBL Australia).
Due to the demand from the course instructors, two VAHEAT devices will be at the famous Woods Hole Physiology course! We expect that the versatility of our devices will allow them to be used in all sorts of crazy experiments in the best tradition of the Physiology course. We are happy that we can introduce our approach to temperature control in microscopy with VAHEAT. Thanks to our US distribution partners Boston Electronics for organizing.
In this webinar we introduced our microscopy heating stage VAHEAT and hosted two external speakers from the optical imaging center Erlangen (OICE) and the Pasteur Institute Paris talking about their experimental challenges related to temperature control and high-resolution microscopy.