Dec 2 – 6Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Cell Bio 2023 is the collaborative conference of the American Society of Cell Biology (ASCB) and the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). This event centers on cell biology as the cornerstone of biological understanding, enabling attendees to remain updated on the latest advancements and breakthroughs in this field. The conference offers a unique opportunity to gain profound insights into the complex mechanisms governing cells and their profound importance across diverse scientific domains.
At their booth, Nikon will showcase its latest advances in scientific imaging technologies and have staff on hand to demonstrate system capabilities, answer any questions and address user imaging needs.
The new ECLIPSE Ji Digital Inverted Microscope provides research microscope power in a benchtop assay instrument.
Nikon’s latest confocal microscope, leveraging deep learning-based AI tools to simplify acquisition and improve image quality. Fast scanning combined with a large 25 mm field of view enables high throughput imaging with unmatched edge-to-edge image quality. Super-resolution provided by the NSPARC detector.
Inverted research microscope featuring a groundbreaking 25 mm field of view.
A compact inverted research microscope configurable with a wide variety of observation methods.
Nikon's inverted routine microscope featuring a compact footprint, newly developed contrast observation method and improved operability, ideal for the tissue culture lab.
A unique, cost effective standalone structured illumination super resolution microscope delivering twice the resolution that can be used from low to high magnifications and up to near infrared wavelengths.
Modular illumination devices from photo-stimulation to multi-angle TIRF, that can be mixed and matched for ultimate flexibility and expandability in imaging applications.
The all-in-one microscope and scanners from PreciPoint offer a unique combination of digital microscopy and scanning functionalities to improve the microscopy workflows of histology labs.