Newsletter | May 4, 2020

05.04.20 -- Considerations In Life Science Imaging Applications

 
Improving Microscopy And Biological Imaging With Backside Illuminated (BI) sCMOS Sensors
 

The introduction of scientific CMOS, or sCMOS, sensors has opened new possibilities for researchers to get better and more quantifiable image data out of biological samples. Now biological labs can get better and more quantifiable image data from microscopes with sCMOS sensor-based devices.

Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging — Application Simplified
 

Photoluminescence is used for a variety of life science applications, including biomarkers, sensing, and fluorescent lifetime imaging. This article discusses a luminescence lifetime imaging camera designed to use a two-tap CMOS image sensor and how it simplifies the process of fluorescence lifetime imaging.

Camera-Based Solutions For High-Content Imaging
 

The evaluation and testing of new imaging technologies for high-throughput imaging equipment and systems is a critical — and, at times, aggravating or confusing — process. This article will help readers to identify their needs and their options when implementing a new camera into a high-content imaging system.

OEMs: Expand Your Product Portfolio With sCMOS Sensors
 
OEMs can enhance their products with expanded capabilities and attract customers by incorporating scientific CMOS sensor technology. While in many applications sCMOS sensors offer better performance, features, and price, many staff scientists, product managers, and chief science officers at life science and physical science related companies have not fully realized the advantages they could gain.
Understanding Camera-Based Ultraviolet Imaging And Applications
 

This article discusses recent technological leaps in camera-based UV imaging, starting with a look at the differences between UV and visible light imaging, as well as the equipment used in each. It also describes how predecessor technologies and direct input from users have fueled the development of a new generation of advanced UV imaging cameras.