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Webinar : Demystifying Scientific Cameras Part 2

Wednesday 5 August 1am AEST
(The webinar will be available for download after the live event)

 

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In this series of educational webinars, Product Manager Dr Colin Coates will introduce the fundamentals of scientific cameras.

Learning Objectives of Demystifying Science Cameras - The Fundamentals Part 2

  • Learn about different Noise Sources
  • Understand Dynamic Range and Digitisation
  • Understand Field of View and Resolution

 

Learning Objectives of “The Fundamentals – Part 1: (Presented 29 July, download the recording)

  • Learn about different types of array detectors
  • Understand the basics of Sensitivity and Signal to Noise
  • What is Quantum Efficiency (QE) and how is it optimised?
     

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UV Ring Light

The new SCHOTT® VisiLED UV Ring Light for stereo microscopes combines classic bright-field illumination with UV illumination. It is the only segment ring light on the market in which white-light and UV-LEDs are alternately installed in eight segments. This LED arrangement allows objects to be examined from the same illumination angle, which significantly improves the ability to compare and reproduce resulting images. While the homogenous white light displays samples in natural color, UV excitation reveals previously invisible parts of the sample through fluorescence. The SCHOTT MC 1100 Controller makes it easy to switch between the two illumination modes.

 

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Webinar : Andor SRRF and TIRF Microscopy

Friday 17 July, 1am AEST  
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Super-resolution microscopy and single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy often require mutually exclusive experimental strategies optimising either time or spatial resolution. While the measurement of biomolecular dynamics on the single molecule level requires fast measurements on the millisecond scale, super-resolved images require acquisition times on the second scale to achieve the required signal-to-noise ratio. These complementary requirements render the combination of spatiotemporal super-resolution microscopy challenging. 

 

In this webinar, we investigate the connection between the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) dynamics, its oligomerisation state and the cytoskeleton. 

 

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Webinar : Operating an Imaging Core Facility During a Pandemic

Thursday 16 July, Midnight AEST
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Operating a microscopy core facility during the current COVID-19 pandemic poses unique challenges. In this panel discussion, speakers from the US, Europe and Asia will present their varying perspectives and experiences to shed light on how core facilities and labs around the world are addressing social distancing and safety concerns for their uses as institutions re-open and ramp-up research activities.

 

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Compact, high-performance microscope camera

The new Digital Sight 1000 is an economical color camera solution that can directly display high-definition microscope images on a full HD display without the need for a PC. As with the DS-Fi3 and DS-Ri2 cameras, the Digital Sight 1000 can also be connected to a tablet PC to save space and simplify operation.

 

Equipped with a 2 megapixel CMOS image sensor, the Digital Sight 1000 can display, capture and save full HD, 1920 x 1080 pixel images at 30 frames / second.

 

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