Are you wondering how on earth you’re going to count thousands of cells across a stack of images? Well, I’m going to show you a simple method for automatic cell counting with ImageJ. For those of you unfamiliar with ImageJ, it’s a popular image processing program that runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux. Assuming you […]
The Trials and Errors in Earning a PhD
The scientific method naturally includes the so-called “trial and error” approach. And you can think of you...
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ZEISS offers a wide range of microscopes for developmental biology applications. Benefit from imaging techniques like superresolution or optical sectioning.
EXCLUSIVE: UK to open first ‘body farm’ for forensic research
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First proven malaria vaccine rolled out in Africa — but doubts linger
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State Hermitage Museum – the first labs@location Partner of ZEISS in Russia
More than 1,000 analyses and studies carried out on ZEISS equipment In an official ceremony on 4th April, The State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg became the first labs@location Partner for...
HeLa #cells stained for #DNA (blue, Hoechst 44432), #microtubules (yellow, anti-tubulin Alexa 488) and F-actin (magenta, phalloidin Abberior STAR Red). Imaged with #ZEISS #Airyscan 2 in Multiplex mode
Automated microscope for gentle and fast confocal 4D imaging