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Introduction to 3D Structured Illumination: From Widefield to Superresolution Imaging

The USDA Cereal Disease Lab at University of Minnesota is hosting a ZEISS workshop .

An overview of optical sectioning methods for improving the Z resolution for any major type of fluorescent microscope is presented, with a particular emphasis on concepts of structured illumination. Using illumination principles both old and new, these techniques allow for easy ways of creating confocal-like or superresolution-specifics 3D datasets. A Zeiss Axio Imager 2 fluorescent microscope with Apotome

2 will be available for demos and hands-on trials.


Thursday August 29 10:00 AM

Demo and Hands-on

Thursday August 29 11:00 AM - 3 PM


University of Minnesota - St. Paul Campus

USDA Cereal Disease Lab Room 107, 1551 Lindig Street, St. Paul, MN 55108

To register, request a demonstration, or ask additional questions, please contact:

Kimberly Toops, Ph.D.

+1 (608) 622-334