Biomedical & Biophotonics Webcasts


OnDemand Webcasts

How to Choose Probes for Super-Resolution Microscopy

08/06/2014

In this webcast, renowned microscopy specialist Michael W. Davidson will discuss the various modes of super-resolution microscopy and advances in fluorescent probe development for each one.

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Raman spectroscopy solves problems in biomedicine

07/16/2014

This webcast, sponsored by Princeton Instruments,  will explain how Raman spectroscopy works and describe how this label-free method can complement or even replace standard but unsatisfying medical procedures.

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Spectral Imaging for Life Sciences: Progress and Applications

06/18/2014

Following an overview of hyperspectral imaging, including a brief history (to place the technique in context for life scientists), and a discussion of imaging principles, this webcast will describe technological progress toward compact system size, efficiency, and speed.

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New trends in optical coherence tomography (OCT)

06/03/2014

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a noninvasive, high resolution  imaging modality that has become a mainstay in ophthalmology and is now making headway in other applications. This webcast, sponsored by Gooch and Housego and AlazarTech, will look at a number of technology developments that are advancing the technique, and the application areas they promise to impact.

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Spectroscopic applications in life sciences

03/27/2014

This webcast, sponsored by Avantes, will describe key spectroscopic methods, including fluorescence, UV/VIS, NIR and Raman.

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Understanding and choosing microscope objectives

03/19/2014

This webcast, presented by Edmund Optics, will discuss microscope objectives with a goal of helping viewers improve outcomes for their applications.

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