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Controlling Color Image Quality in Microscopy: Start at the Beginning

The only constant with microscopy imaging is variability in both color and image quality. You only need to look at images in journal articles, posters, around your laboratory, or compare your images with a colleague’s—the evidence is staggering. Interestingly, variability doesn’t generally come from the digital camera, rather it comes from our use of imaging […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 1st of November, 2016
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Color Image Quality Control in Microscopy

In this webinar, you will learn about color reproduction in microscopy images—and how to fix it if your color reproduction goes awry. The main points we will cover are: The reasons that could color reproduction go wrong in your microscopy images How to correct your microscopy images with inappropriate color reproduction How to be ethical […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 29th of September, 2016 Presented by: Mark Clymer
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Science on Wheels: How to Bring Science to the Masses with a Mobile Lab!

Ask a scientist why they love their job, and they will likely tell you it’s because they get to see and discover amazing things! Why, then, does science class in school never reflect this? A major problem identified in our society is lack of science interest and literacy. Mobile labs are helping to turn the […]

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Introducing the 1.4 MP Lumenera INFINITY3S-1UR CCD Research-Grade USB 3.0 Microscopy Camera

The INFINITY3S-1UR, incorporating Sony’s ICX825 CCD sensor, is a high speed, high sensitivity research microscopy camera with a resolution of 1.4 MP. It is intended for use in a wide variety of scientific and industrial applications: Low Light Fluorescence Microscopy Immunofluorescence Brightfield, Darkfield, DIC/Phase techniques DNA Analysis Live Cell Imaging Whole Slide Imaging Near-Infrared DIC […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 22nd of March, 2016
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The INFINITY3S-1UR: A “Multi-tasking” Microscopy Camera That Delivers Higher Performance

The new INFINITY3S-1UR Microscopy Camera is the newest in the Lumenera INFINITY3 series of cameras. By incorporating a new sensor, it vastly improves dynamic range, quantum efficiency and sensitivity. It fills an important niche to link fluorescence and low-light level measurements in one camera. The new INFINITY3S-1UR camera has features from both traditional fluorescence and […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 29th of September, 2015
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Getting Correct Color from Your Camera

In this webinar you will learn: Proper and ethical post-processing of microscopy images. The importance of gamma in microscopy images. How to properly control and compensate for the factors affecting color reproduction. Abstract: Seeing is believing—or is it? When a flash doesn’t go off, a white wedding dress turns yellow. Do you believe it? Seeing […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 21st of September, 2015 Presented by: Jerry Sedgewick
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Importance of Color Reproduction in Microscopy Images

Through our eyes, seeing is not always believing. Under different lighting conditions, we tend to see the same objects as having the same color. For example, an apple will appear red whether it is lit by daylight or candlelight and a white sheet of paper will be perceived as being white regardless of the light […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 17th of June, 2015
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What Do I Really Need From My Microscope Camera?

In this webinar you will learn: What is important when choosing an all-purpose camera for your widefield microscope. Abstract If you ask any vendor which camera is the best one for your microscope, they will usually tell you that it depends on your application.  But this is only a helpful response if if you are […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 4th of May, 2015 Presented by: James Jonkman
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Why Your Microscopy Data isn’t Quantitative and How to Fix it

In this webinar you will learn: Several issues that may mean your microscopy images are unquantifiable. 7 steps to ensure that you generate quantifiable data from your microscope images. Abstract Any reasonably modern fluorescence microscope can produce beautiful images of your cells and tissues without too much effort.  But would you believe me if I told […]

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23rd of March, 2015 Presented by: James Jonkman
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Unveiling the new high-resolution INFINITY3-6UR Camera

While we have probably all moved past film cameras in favor of digital ones, many of our biology microscopes are nevertheless “stuck in time” using digital cameras based on older CCD sensors that limit the resolution, field-of-view, sensitivity, and speed of image capture. Now Lumenera Corporation is getting set to unveil a new microscopy camera […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 5th of March, 2015