Zeiss seminar: Super-resolution imaging

Zeiss Elyra

Date & time

11am–12pm 23 June 2015


John Curtin School of Medical Research

Seminar Room 2

Stage 3, Level 3 Rm 3.378


Gavin Symonds
Zeiss Product Manager- Laser Scanning Microscopy


 Josie Smith
 02 6125 3543

Investigate the cellular universe, right down to molecular level

Please join us for this seminar as Gavin Symonds presents the latest developments in microscopy from ZEISS, including the dedicated optical super-resolution microscope ‘Elyra’, and the NEW Airyscan technology for confocal imaging microscopy. Airyscan is a revolutionary new concept designed to overcome 'classical limitations' of Laser Scanning Microscopes.

Gavin will discuss the SIM and PAL-M super-resolution techniques in addition to the Airyscan development for confocal microscopy.

Drosophila brain

Drosophila brain. LSM 800, AiryScan.
Sample courtesy of D. Reiff, Institute of Biology, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany.

Mouse nucleus in cell division

Mouse nucleus in early stage of cell division. SR-SIM Elyra PS.1.
Courtesy of Lothar Schermelleh, LMU Munich, Germany

Chicken fibroblast

Chicken fibroblast. Elyra PS.1.
Courtesy of M. Fritz and M. Bastmeyer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany


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