On December 11, 2013, at 11 am EST, join BioOptics World for a free, live webcast that will discuss how the latest crop of microscope cameras lets biologists capture images at rates that were previously impossible to achieve, such as 100 frames/s. In bioimaging, faster image-capture rates improve resolution for such temporally sensitive applications as cell biology, embryology, neurobiology, and physiology, as well as live-cell imaging.
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The webcast, to be presented by BioOptics World contributing editor Mike May, Ph.D., will also explore the tradeoffs that manufacturers must weigh to achieve the latest breakthroughs. It will explain the technologies being used to reach such high frame rates, and discuss the implications for various life sciences disciplines. It will also suggest things to keep in mind when looking for a camera for your specific application, using various commercially available imaging systems as examples to illustrate the principles discussed.
To register for the hour-long webcast, please visit https://www.bioopticsworld.com/webcasts/2013/12/advances-in-image-capture-rate.html. (NOTE: If you are unable to attend the live presentation, all registrants can view it on-demand 24 hours afterwards.)
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