Biomedical & Biophotonics Webcasts

Upcoming Webcasts

Gradient field microscopy and the future of clinical pathology


This webcast, presented by the developer of GFM, will discuss intrinsic contrast imaging in general, and QPI and GFM in particular. It will explore both operation and applications. It will also look at possibilities made available through these new approaches, including the promise of “smart microscopes” capable of real-time analysis and diagnosis.


How to Choose Probes for Super-Resolution Microscopy


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.


OnDemand Webcasts

Raman spectroscopy solves problems in biomedicine


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.


Spectral Imaging for Life Sciences: Progress and Applications


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.


New trends in optical coherence tomography (OCT)


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.


Spectroscopic applications in life sciences


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


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