Biophysical Society Annual Meeting
Feb 19 – 23Moscone Center
San Francisco, California, USA
The Biophysical Society 66th Annual Meeting takes place in San Francisco, California, at the Moscone Center. The Annual Meeting is known for its many types of sessions, often taking place concurrently such as symposia, workshops, and platforms. At the meeting, Nikon will be exhibiting microscopy solutions from advanced, turnkey systems to industry-leading optical components. Systems support laser-based applications for single-molecule imaging such as TIRF as well as confocal, multiphoton, super-resolution and high-content. Nikon’s NIS-Elements software leverages deep learning to provide intelligent acquisition and analysis tools. NIS-Elements also offers powerful, graphical programming tools and integration with custom lab programs for fully-customized analysis routines.
In addition to the Featured Products below, Nikon will be exhibiting the following:
- Gataca Systems iLas 2: this ring TIRF system provides unparalleled illumination uniformity across the field of view and is capable of simultaneous FRAP.
AX / AX R with NSPARC
Nikon’s newest confocal microscope with unparalleled resolution, speed, sensitivity and field of view, with AI-based tools for simplifying acquisition and analysis.
ECLIPSE Ti2 Series
Inverted research microscope featuring a groundbreaking 25 mm field of view.
Flexible software platform for controlling Nikon microscopes and 3rd-party components, with powerful custom programming tools for image acquisition and analysis.
Modular illumination devices from photo-stimulation to multi-angle TIRF, that can be mixed and matched for ultimate flexibility and expandability in imaging applications.