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ULS Online Seminar - Long-term 3D Live Imaging with Lattice Lightsheet Microscopy

20 Jan 2022

The University Research Facility in Life Sciences (ULS) is co-organising an online seminar with Zeiss on lattice lightsheet microscopy.  The lattice lightsheet technique was developed by the Nobel laureate Eric Betzig (Science 346(6208), 1257998 (2014)) to achieve gentle, high-speed volumetric imaging of cells and small embryos.  The technique uses optical lattices to create ultrathin laser lightsheet to improve axial resolution and has since proved to be a power tool for live imaging.


The online seminar will be held on 27 Jan 2022 (Thu) at 2:30 pm (HKT) via MS Teams.  Please follow this link to enroll by 25 Jan 2022 (Tue):  A meeting link will be sent in a separate email to successful registrants.


Please contact Dr Michael Yuen if you have any queries.  Thank you very much for your attention.

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